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Hannah Rhodes

Hannah read Music at the University of Birmingham, graduating in 2008.  She specialised in piano performance having gained a Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music in piano performance in 2003.

Having always been a keen singer of popular music and jazz, Hannah had the opportunity to develop her vocal skills further through the studying and performance of Early Music at Birmingham University. Performances with an Early Music vocal ensemble led to a one-year professional engagement with the Royal Shakespeare Company singing on their production of Romeo and Juliet (2006).

Hannah has since performed on eight shows with the RSC, composed for their theatre in education shows and toured the UK and NYC with them. Other composition work includes Pegasus Theatre’s Winnie the Witch (2012) and for Out of the Ark Publishing and UNICEF, Spain.

Hannah has set up music collective called Macamu who write and perform original music of different styles for children. Details of their performances and recordings can be found at

Hannah directs choirs at St John Fisher School, Littlemore.