Hannah McGinty

A recent transplant to Boulder, Hannah McGinty has quickly found a musical home, singing as a staff singer at St. Andrew’s Denver, as a choral pro with Ars Nova Boulder, and with Elus Ensemble. She also serves as principal soloist and chorusmaster for Austin Baroque Orchestra & Choir, and is a member of the Texas Early Music Project , Ars Longa Ensemble, and Austin Cantorum. She previously directed and sung in the Burgundian Consort and the University of Chicago Camerata, chamber choirs dedicated to well-researched performances of Renaissance choral music. Hannah received her B.A. in Musicology with Honors at the University of Chicago, her Masters of Music in Voice, specializing in Historical Performance, and her Master of Arts in Musicology at the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University.  She has attended numerous early music summer programs around the world, notably singing as Calisto in scenes from La Calisto at the Amherst Early Music Festival, and in two fully-historically-staged productions with La Petite Bande under the baton of Sigiswald Kuijken, as Costanza in Haydn’s opera L’isola disabitata, and as Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro. In addition to her singing, Hannah also plays piano, violin, and harpsichord, and enjoys hiking, knitting, yoga, cooking, and reading fiction from all over the world.