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ALISON HILL

Alison Hill began singing as a chorister at Salisbury Cathedral at the age of ten. Since graduating in 2006 from Trinity College, Cambridge, where she was a choral scholar, she has sung with the finest British choirs, including the Monteverdi Choir under Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Polyphony under Steven Layton, The Sixteen for Harry Christophers, Tenebrae for Nigel Short, Retrospect Ensemble for Matthew Halls, Alamire for David Skinner and Stile Antico. Her solo performances include Monteverdi Vespers in Salisbury Cathedral, Milton Abbey and Winchester Cathedral, Fauré’s Requiem with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Mozart’s Requiem in St Martin-in-the-Field’s and Handel’s Messiah at St John’s Smith Square. More unusually, Alison Hill was a soloist in the Irish show Riverdance, touring arenas across Europe and America.

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