Hannah Little’s performance career reflects her wide array of musical interests. As a recent transplant to LA, she is thrilled to be participating in her debut season with the Los Angeles Master Chorale. She finds another musical home in the thriving Chicago choral scene, performing regularly with the Chicago Symphony Chorus at Chicago Symphony Center and Ravina and the prestigious Grant Park Festival Chorus under the direction of Christopher Bell for the past decade.
Hannah has an active solo career, including performances with Lansing Symphony Orchestra as a soloist in Ernest Bloch’s “Sacred Service” and several showcases with the Landowska Harpsichord Society, both as part of their annual jazz showcase and in their historical performance program Baroque Menagerie. She has performed as a teaching artist with Wisconsin Based Opera for the Young as Ruth in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance. In 2015, she made her debut with Central City Opera as Annina in Verdi’s La Traviata. In her performance with Lansing Symphony Orchestra, her voice was said to be, “The missing human touch” that made a “disproportionately deep impression…her voice streamed to the outer reaches of the hall like sweet cream butter shot from a riot hose” -Lawrence Cosentino, Lansing City Pulse.