L U C Y H A L L soprano
B i o g r a p h y
Lucy Hall is from Nottinghamshire, England.
She completed her training at the National Opera
Studio and the Guildhall School of Music and
Drama where she graduated with a First Class
Honours and the Dove Memorial Prize for being
the highest marked graduate and the Ann
Wyburd Prize for Lieder.
Operatic engagements include Susanna and
Barbarina in Le Nozze di Figaro, Euridice
Orfeo ed Euridice and Echo Ariadne auf Naxos
for Scottish Opera, Jen in the award-winning 4.48 Psychosis and Lila in The Firework Maker’s Daughter for the Royal Opera, Galatea Acis and Galatea for English National Opera, Sandrina La Finta Giardiniera at the Opéra de Toulon and the Grand Théâtre du Luxembourg, Marzelline Fidelio and Morgana Alcina for Longborough Festival Opera, Konstanze, The Seraglio, Zerlina Don Giovanni and Matilde in Rossini’s Elisabetta, regina d’Inghilterra for the English Touring Opera, Echo Ariadne auf Naxos for Opera Holland Park, Susanna Le Nozze di Figaro with Diva Opera, Barbarina at the Festival d’Aix and she created the role of Asia in Glyndebourne’s Jerwood Young Artists Opera, Wakening Shadow, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski.
In concert, Lucy has appeared with many leading orchestras. With the BBC Philharmonic she sang Haydn’s Die Schöpfung, Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle, Marzelline in Fidelio and Schubert's Einsamkeit under HK Gruber, later reprised with Juanjo Mena. With the London Symphony Orchestra, she sang in Nielsen's 3rd Symphony conducted by Sir Colin Davis and the Bridesmaid in Der Freischütz. She then returned to sing Flora in The Turn of the Screwin a cast handpicked by the late Sir Colin Davis. She toured Israel performing Bach Cantata's with the Israel Camerata and sang in the Good Friday Messiah at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Lucy has collaborated with the conductors Sir Colin Davis, Leonardo García Alarcón, Juanjo Mena, Richard Farnes, H K Gruber, Vladimir Jurowski, William Christie, Gérard Korsten, Benjamin Pope, Raphaël Pichon, Jérémie Rhorer, Andreas Spering, Takuo Yuasa, Alexander Ingram and Timothy Brown.