Soprano Angelynne Hinson leads a very active life as a vocal artist, performing choral and song recitals, church music, and cabaret and revues throughout New England. Now in her 17th season with Cantata Singers of Boston, she has served as a soloist and chorus member in its main stage and chamber series. She also toured with Cantata Singers outreach program, I Never Saw Another Butterfly: Songs of Terezin Concentration Camp and later served as Interim Director of Education for the organization, providing in-school composition workshops for inner-city public school students. She is a founding member of vocollage, creating original concerts that unite words, music and dramatic concepts for live performance and radio. Ms. Hinson has maintained a private studio in Portsmouth, NH, focusing on building a healthy, efficient technique through understanding voice physiology and has created and implemented voice/choral artist-in-residency programs throughout northern New England. Currently she works with medical professionals developing rehabilitative vocal techniques to help Parkinson’s and stroke patients. Ms. Hinson holds a law degree from the UNH School of Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center) in Concord and a B.A. in English and American Literature from Harvard University.