Hailing from Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan, soprano Hannah Dixon has performed with the Glimmerglass Opera in Dido and Aeneas (Second Woman and Belinda cover) and La Traviata (Annina) and with the Chicago Opera Theater in Don Giovanni (Donna Elvira cover) and Orlando (Angelica cover). Her love for Baroque vocal music has led to a growing number of concert performances, including Handel's Delirio Amoroso and the title role in Duni's 1735 opera Nerone in its modern premiere with the Festival Duni di Matera and Ars Musica Chicago. Ms. Dixon has performed Mozart arias in concert with the Green Lake Choral Festival and the North Shore Chamber Orchestra, premiered compositions by Robert McConnell and Robert A. Harris, and received awards in the Eleanor McCollum Competition and the Friends of Austria Lied Competition. In addition to her solo engagements, Ms. Dixon sings with the Chicago Opera Theater and the Chicago Symphony choruses and maintains private voice and piano studios. She holds music degrees from Northwestern University and Hillsdale College. Soli Deo Gloria.