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Hanna Hipp

Mezzo-Soprano

Biography

Hanna Hipp in action.
Hanna Hipp in Les Troyens © ROH/Bill Cooper, 2012

Polish mezzo-soprano Hanna Hipp was a member of the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme 2011–13. She made her Royal Opera debut as Emilia (Otello Act IV) in the Plácido Domingo Celebration and went on to sing Flora Bervoix and Annina (La traviata), Emilia (Otello), Anna (Les Troyens), Modestina (Il viaggio a Reims), Second Lady (Die Zauberflöte) and Bianca (La rondine), and Les Nuits d’été and Jean (Le Portrait le Manon) in Meet the Young Artists Week 2011.

Hipp studied at Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdánsk, the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the National Opera Studio. Engagements include Poro (Cleofide) and Amastre (Serse) with Gdánsk Chamber Opera, the title role in Chérubin for GSMD and Lucilla (La scala di seta) with British Youth Opera.

Hipp has performed in concert at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the London Handel Festival and many festivals of 20th-century music in Europe. Her concert repertory includes Bach’s Christmas Oratorio and Magnificat, the Messiah and Mozart’s Requiem.

Videos

News and features

Young Artist Profile: Hanna Hipp

Young Artist Profile: Hanna Hipp

1 July 2013

The Polish mezzo-soprano reflects on two years with The Royal Opera and her final Covent Garden performance in La rondine.

JPYA Summer Performance 2012/13 showcases opera stars of the future

JPYA Summer Performance 2012/13 showcases opera stars of the future

24 June 2013

Jette Parker Young Artists to perform special selection of staged opera scenes.

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