Hannah Brine is a freelance choral conductor and singer in London. She founded and conducts community choirs including Finsbury Park Singers, Kensington Singers, and Victoria Park Singers. She is part of the singing faculty at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and is studying the Estill Master Trainer (EMT) programme. She founded her first choir, Fosse Singers, in Leicester in 2007. Through abcd training, she gained an LRSM distinction in musical direction.
Hannah leads a variety of choral projects including conducting ITV Voices, and a highlight of this year has been working with the men at Pentonville Prison to form a choir.
As a session singer she has appeared on various dance tracks and credits include Disney and a soon to be released computer game.
In 2015 the BBC named her as one of the inaugural BBC Music Day Unsung Heroes for launching the community choir Victoria Park Singers who will be involved in a performance of John Luther Adams’In The Name of the Earth as part of this year’s BBC proms. In 2017 Hannah coached choirs for the opening of the Olivier Awards.
Hannah’s choral life started in the Leicester Philharmonic Youth choir, conducted by Robert Howes and David Lawrence, and she is immensely grateful to them both for their inspiration!