Classical IV – Heather Hill, soprano
Heather Hill’s career encompasses work in opera, concert, Broadway, television and film. Recent performances include the role of June Johnson in the world premiere of This Little Light with Santa Fe Opera (2022) and Angelica in Orlando: Hero of Love by G.F. Handel with Opera Praktikos in June and September of 2022 in New York City. In March of 2022, Heather performed the role of Ravine Marauder in the premiere of the Musical Other World at the Delaware Playhouse. In 2021 she was the soloist in Knoxville, Summer of 1915, by Barber with the York Symphony Orchestra. She finished a four-year run performing as Carlotta u/s and the Inn-Keeper’s Wife in the Broadway company of The Phantom of the Opera.  This followed Lily/Serena u/s in the Tony award winning Broadway revival of The Gershwins‘ Porgy and Bess. She has sung with many U.S. opera companies including Little Opera Theater of NY, Dallas Opera, Opera Colorado, Caramoor Festival and New York City Opera. Some favorite performances include Gloria by Robert Harris in Lincoln Center, Carmina Burana and the Lord Nelson Mass at Carnegie Hall. Heather is a recitalist and voice-over artist. She holds a Master’s degree from The Manhattan School of Music, a B.S. in Biology from Clark Atlanta University and studied acting at the T. Schreiber Studio in New York. [Photo by Kaya Munn Photography]