Vocalist - Mezzo-Soprano
About

Mezzo-soprano Theodora Hanslowe’s career has taken her from frequent appearances on the Metropolitan Opera stage to new horizons in contemporary opera and beyond. She has been hailed by Opera News as a “…first-rate singer and actress with a handsome, dark-hued voice…” and by the critic of the Baltimore Sun for the “disarming tenderness” and “sublime emotional depth” of her singing.

Posted: Aug-28-2019
Latest News

Mezzo soprano Theodora Hanslowe is one of the soloists in the Westminster Choir College's concert celebrating 100 years since Leonard Bernstein's birth, occuring on Sunday, March 25 at 7:30pm in Bristol Chapel on the campus of Westminster Choir College in Princeton. The concert is entitled "Happy Birthday Lenny". 

Posted: Mar-16-2018
Latest Acclaim

"Theodora Hanslowe and Eve Gigliotti offered heartfelt portrayals of Bess’s mother and sister-in-law, respectively."

— San Francisco Classical Voice
Posted: Jan-17-2017
Latest Recording
Lawrence Dillon is best known for his chamber music, with commissions, performances and recordings by the American, Borromeo, Cassatt, Daedalus, Emerson and Mendelssohn String Quartets; this recording is the first to feature some of his many works combining words and music. Composer in Residence at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Dillon began composing at the age of seven, despite the complete loss of hearing in one of his ears due to a childhood illness. Appendage and Other Stories is a collection of Dillon's works that combine words and music.
Posted: Dec-15-2010