Mezzo-soprano Allison Hull is a frequent and accomplished performer in opera, concert, and recital.
Ms. Hull made her Milwaukee Symphony debut this past weekend singing both Papagena and Third Spirit. She was chosen as a young artist for the Skylight Opera Theatre, Glimmerglass Opera, and Seattle Opera, where she received acclaim as Mozart's Cherubino. Other roles include Cendrillon, Cenerentola, Hansel, Valencienne, Dido, Meg, and Dorabella. Last year Ms. Hull performed solos in the Rutter Requiem, Schubert's Mass in G, Mozart's Requiem, Mass in C, and Mass in F, Handel's Messiah, and the U.S. premiere of Carl Jenkin's 911 piece, Mass for the Armed Man. In January she will be presenting 18th century Italian songs at Villa Terrace in conjunction with a presentation on the artist Perinesi. In the spring she returns to the Skylight to sing Lady Angela in Gilbert and Sullivan's Patience. Ms. Hull is a faculty member of the Waukesha County Conservatory of Music at Hartland Music, is an associate lecturer in music at UW-Parkside, and is currently performing with the Florentine Opera in the Three Little Pigs.