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Hannah Rose Stubbs
Hannah Rose Stubbs, age 17, loves all genres of music including opera and pop music. She is a senior at Learning Post Academy, and she was recently invited to join Saugus High School’s Concert and Jazz choir for her senior year. In her spare time Hannah loves to read, write stories and songs, accompany herself on piano singing cover songs, as well as her own compositions. She loves to ride horses and make art projects.
In May 2022 Hannah was selected as one of five finalists for the “Raise Your Voice for Peace” competition sponsored by the Jenesee Center (a domestic violence prevention program), where she performed two songs in front of a live audience at the Grammy Museum which was broadcast live on YouTube.
When COVID shut everything down in 2020, Hannah started taking weekly online lessons with Toronto based mezzo-soprano, Laura Pudwell, and continues to do so weekly. In January 2021, while still doing online school and choir at Castaic High School, Hannah was chosen for a masterclass with Broadway star Mandy Gonzalez, where she sang Into the Unknown.
After relocating to California in 2019, Hannah was invited to sing the role of Amahl in Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors for Mission Opera, based in Santa Clarita.
While living in Seattle, Hannah took voice lessons with the coloratura soprano, Cyndia Sieden and early music specialist, Danielle Reuter-Harrah.
From 2017-2019, Hannah performed with Seattle Historical Arts for Kids, performing the role of Romilda in Handel’s opera Serse, which toured to the Berkeley Early Music Festival in 2018.
In December 2016 Hannah performed the role of Amahl in Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors with Pacific Northwest Opera in Mount Vernon, Washington.
In January 2015 she sang in the children’s onstage choir for Seattle Opera’s production of Puccini’s Tosca.
Also in 2015 Hannah was chosen to be a Young Artist for the Boston Early Music Festival, where she took part in the production of Monteverdi’s Il Ritorno D’Ulisse.
Hannah was a member of Seattle’s Northwest Girl Choir from 2010-2012, and sang with Kaleidoscope Youth Chorus under Betsy Baeskens in 2013. In 2014 she sang with St James Cathedral’s Schola Cantorum choir under Stacey Sunde. In 2015, Hannah was a member of Seattle Opera’s Youth Opera Chorus. She returned to Northwest Girl Choir in September of 2016.
In 2012, at the age of 7, a role was created for her by director James Darrah for the opera Venus and Adonis performed at Cornish College of the Arts’ PONCHO Theater in Seattle conducted by Stephen Stubbs.