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Ms Hannah Sanderson
Ms Hannah Sanderson

Qualifications:
BA (Hons) Music and Theatre
Instruments: Singing, Voice, Theory (to Grade 5), Audition Technique
Genre/Style(s): Classical
Musical Theatre
Anglican Choral
Pop
Jazz
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced


Notes:

Hannah started teaching in 2008, tutoring the choristers of Bradford Cathedral in music theory, singing and religious context. She also has experience in audition coaching for cathedral and chapel choirs and musical theatre, with one of her students earning a place in the UK Tour of South Pacific. Comfortable teaching absolute beginners and the higher grades, children and adults.

Growing up in church and cathedral choirs Hannah spent 2 years as Head Chorister at Bradford Cathedral before heading off to study Music and Theatre Studies at university. Subsequently, she spent 5 years singing with the Choir of Magdalene College Cambridge where she was a Choral Scholar. As a teenager she spent many years singing with the National Children's Choir, joining them on their 10th anniversary tour to Canada and the USA. In 2018 she was honoured to have been one of a small number invited back to sing with the choir in the 20th Anniversary concert as part of the World Premiere of Cecilia McDowall's Everyday Wonders: The Girl from Aleppo. She now sings with two small ensembles - Cambridge Vocal Consort and Cadenza, as well as performing regularly as a soloist.

Over the last decade Hannah cultivated her love of Musicals and Operetta, performing in productions of Oliver, Bugsy Malone, The Light in the Piazza, HMS Pinafore and, most recently, Iolanthe which was taken to the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival.

Hannah has also done the pub rounds as half of duo Route Acoustic with her younger brother, was front woman for rock band Since 1856 and performs as a soloist, singing jazz and covers of hits from the last 70 years with a pianist or accompanying herself on the ukulele.

Contact Hannah

Address: Ely
Cambridgeshire
CB7
Mobile: 07444416164
Fee (60 minutes): £35.00
Fee (30 minutes): £17.50

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