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Hannah Carpenter is a New Zealand-born singer, teacher and choral conductor, currently based in Sussex, United Kingdom.

She holds a Bachelor of Music with Honours from the University of Auckland, a Licentiate Diploma in Singing from Trinity College London (LTCL) with Distinction and a Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching. Other qualifications include a certificate in Orff Schulwerk Level 1 & 2 as well as Kodaly Primary and Secondary Level 1. Hannah has been a conducting delegate of the Gondwana National Choral School, Sydney and in 2018, was awarded a Dame Malvina Major Foundation Scholar. 

Hannah is passionate about community music and for the last eight years, has worked as a vocal teacher, barbershop and choral director. In 2017, Hannah ​founded the Tron Songsters Children's Choir based out of Hamilton, New Zealand. 

Hannah is a current member of the 2021 Global Leaders Program alongside 60 accomplished arts professionals from around the world.

She is also a freelance singer and voice teacher across the London/Sussex region.

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“Hannah is a talented vocalist and teacher. She has so much potential to nurture and grow the next generation and is a very worthy recipient of an award that celebrates Sir Howard Morrison’s legacy.”

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