Performance Profile

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Angelynne Hinson leads a very active life as a vocal artist, performing opera, choral and song recitals, church music, and cabaret and revues throughout New England.  Entering her 20th season with Cantata Singers of Boston, she has served as a soloist as well as a member in its main stage and chamber series.  Hailed as a “silver-AKH_hi_res2voiced soprano” (Boston Phoenix), she toured with the Cantata Singers outreach program, I Never Saw Another Butterfly:  Songs of Terezin Concentration Camp.  As a member of the critically acclaimed vocal duo Sirens’ Song, she has appeared in numerous regional concert series, as well as in a recital tour in London, England.  She is a founding member of vocollage, creating original concerts that unite words, music and dramatic concepts for live performance and radio.

Beginning with her junior thesis and specialized studies at Harvard University, Angelynne has been an avid scholar of the history of the American Musical Theatre.  She has written and performed in revues featuring the music of George Gershwin, Leonard Bernstein, Cole Porter and Stephen Sondheim.  She appeared in Way Beyond the Blue, an original cabaret combining spoken word and lesser known works of the American musical repertory.  Active as well on the dramatic stage, Angelynne played the role of Susannah Cibber in the New England premiere of the off-Broadway play, Joyful Noise, a re-telling of the story behind the composition of Messiah.  Other singing/acting engagements include an original Cole Porter revue at the Players’ Ring, and a vocalist for events surrounding the Portsmouth Peace Treaty 100th Anniversary Celebration.

In addition, Angelynne was a founding member of White Noise, an award-winning a cappella quartet, performing and recording a range of popular styles, appearing in concert with Sha Na Na and Ronnie Milsap and singing on regional television and radio.  She has collaborated with the singer/songwriter Dennis Kleinman preparing multi-styled cabaret songs for performance.