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Soprano Hana Crisp recently completed a Bachelor of Music Performance with First Class Honours at the University of Melbourne, under the tutelage of Raymond Connell.
Hana has featured in many productions, including The Beggar’s Opera (OzOpera), The Seven Deadly Sins (with the Australian Youth Orchestra) and One Final Oration (a chamber opera written by David Chisholm). Her concert repertoire includes the Australian premiere of Heinrich von Herzogenberg’s Die Passion, Mozart’s Requiem, Schumann’s Requiem, Bach’s Mass in B Minor and Christmas Oratorio, Vivaldi’s Magnificat, and Pergolesi’s Magnificat. In 2007 and 2008, she performed in a series of Bach cantatas with the VCA Orchestra. She has also featured numerous times as a soloist in the 3MBS Live at the Convent series.
In 2008 Hana toured regional NSW with The Song Company. Last year, she performed in e21’s ‘Love and the Art of War’ at the Sydney Opera House for the 2009 Utzon Music Series. Hana has been the recipient of the Mabel Kent Singing Scholarship, the Athaneum Award, and she was a semi-finalist in the 2008 Mietta Song Recital Award. She was the winner of the 2009 National Liederfest, where she also received the Alan McArthur Memorial Award for best ensemble of voice and piano with Amanda Hodder. This year she will feature in a concert series at the Melbourne Recital Centre as a member of Aria Co.