Bianca Hall

Bianca Hall has performed and recorded as a soprano vocalist and recorder player with various ensembles throughout the country, including Norfolk Chamber Consort, Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Bach Collegium San Diego, Pacific Bach Project, De Angelis Vocal Ensemble, Tesserae, and Ciaramella.

Bianca currently holds the position of Senior Lecturer in Early Music in the F. Ludwig Diehn School of Music at Old Dominion University, where she directs the Madrigal Singers and the Collegium Musicum and teaches courses in Music History. She also regularly serves on the voice faculty of the San Francisco Early Music Society’s Medieval & Renaissance Workshop.

Bianca holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Early Music Vocal Performance from the University of Southern California, Thornton School of Music, with secondary emphases in Theory and Analysis, College Teaching, and Recorder Performance. She also holds both Master of Music and Bachelor of Music degrees in vocal performance both from California State University Fullerton, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiological Science with an English minor from the University of California, Los Angeles.