Hannah Carter
Hannah is a Canberra based soprano whose voice is soaringly beautiful (Stage Whispers). With a passion for all things voice, Hannah holds both a Bachelor of Music (2016) from the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music & a Masters of Speech Pathology (2018) from the University of Melbourne.
Despite the ups and downs thrown at the world by COVID-19 since 2020, Hannah has been fortunate to continue performing, in particular with Australias newest opera company - National Opera. Hannah performed at their launch in 2020, and was subsequently a member of the chorus for their inaugural production of Mozarts La Clamenza di Tito, performed the role of First Lady in their pocket opera version of Mozarts The Magic Flute, and was scheduled to perform The singer and join the ensemble in their production of Puccinis La Rondine before it was cancelled.

In 2019, Hannah made her role debut as Lauretta in Canberra Operas Gianni Schicchi, performing with exquisite charm (Canberra Critics Circle). 2019 also saw Hannah perform as a featured soloist and ensemble member in Canberras Opera by Candlelight, in Australian Music Events Opera in the Alps and Opera in the Market and as a featured artist at various performances for Canberra Opera. She also joined the Melbourne Opera chorus for their production of Wagners The Flying Dutchman.
Previously, Hannah was also a member of Opera Scholars Australia (2017-2019) where she received the Jamie and Prue Parish Scholarship and a special commendation as a semi-finalist for the 2018-19 Opera Scholar of the Year. During her time with the program, Hannah performed at numerous private functions, lunchtime concerts as part of the Beechworth Summer School, and also had the privilege to perform in masterclasses and workshops with Yvonne Kenny AM, Tiffany Speight, and John Bolton-Wood. Other performance highlights also include: First Knabe in scenes from Die Zauberflte directed by Beverley Blankenship (2016), the MCM Daphnis et Chloe project (2016), and adopting the roles of midwife/consoler in the Play of Herod with the Victorian Youth Opera (2014).
Hannah is looking forward to what the next years bring in the UK; continuing to combine her passions for both knowledge and voice.

Shows Hannah Carter has been in

Opera GalaOpera Gala
ANU School of Music - Llewellyn Hall (ACT)
Show finished on 27 Aug 2022
National Opera
Roles - Associate Artist
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