Hannah Brine

Hannah’s first singing experience was with the Leicester Philharmonic
youth choir under the leadership of Robert Howes and David Lawrence.
Since then she has gone on to make singing her life, studying with
ABCD and gaining an LRSM distinction in choral directing. She now
leads several community and office choirs in London.

She currently teaches vocal technique at Mountview Academy of Theatre
Arts, is Estill voice trained and is an advocate of good vocal
technique and happy, healthy singing!

In 2015 the BBC named her an Unsung Hero for her work with community
choir Victoria Park Singers.

2016 saw her perform with Gary Barlow at his Royal Variety show
performance, where she coached the choir of WI ladies and her own
singers for the performance from his West End show GIRLS. She also
sang as part of Gary’s choir on Strictly Come Dancing.

2017 saw her singers join Barlow for a second time as the opening act
of the Olivier awards.

Her warm personality and infectious enthusiasm for all styles of music
is apparent. From the age of 16 Hannah sang with jazz bands and many
solo and choral performances followed, including as part of a gospel
choir backing Wynton Marsalis at the Barbican for the European premier
of his Abysinnian Mass. She has recorded sessions for Disney, as well
as for various dance labels.