Vocalist - Soprano

The young American soprano Amanda Hall has earned recognition for her performances of demanding roles on both the operatic and concert stages. She recently sang her first performances as Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte in her debut with Lyric Opera of Kansas City; debuted with Opera Naples as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni; with Hartford Symphony Orchestra as soloist in Carmina Burana; with Lubbock Symphony Orchestra as Violetta in a concert version of La traviata; with Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra in Vaughan Williams’ A Sea Symphony; sang as soloist in Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 in New Haven (CT); as soloist in a Puccini concert with Sanibel Music Festival; in Verdi’s Requiem at the Cathedral of St. Joseph with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra; and returned to the roster of New York City Opera. In summer 2015 she sings The Maid in Thomas Adès Powder Her Face with Boston’s Odyssey Opera and Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus in a return to Opera Theater of Connecticut

Posted: May-29-2015
Latest Acclaim

“Amanda Hall [is] the Maid, the Duke’s Mistress, and a Society Journalist (here identified as Gloria Steinem). The singing is stellar ... the differentiation of character is even better.”

— Boston Globe
Posted: Jun-19-2015