Hannah Pinney

Director of PR and Media

Hannah is delighted to be working with Vox Anima, combining her passion for choral music with her professional career. 

After graduating with a Masters in “Science, Technology & Medicine in History” from King’s College London in 2015, Hannah worked in the education sector, initially in events management before moving into alumni relations and fundraising. She has spent the last four years as Head of Alumni and Development at Ashford School, where she was responsible for all aspects of the department, from its communication and engagement strategy to fundraising and stewardship. 

However, music, and singing in particular, has always been an integral part of Hannah’s life, and so when an opportunity came to take a role with the renown British vocal ensemble, The Gesualdo Six, directed by Owain Park, Hannah leapt at the chance. She now works with the choir part-time, supporting their busy concert and tour schedule. 

Alongside working with Vox Anima London & The Gesualdo Six, Hannah is also working freelance, supporting several independent healthcare practices with their business development and digital marketing. 

Passionate about widening participation and fostering engagement within music, Hannah is a Trustee for the charity, Friends of the Vox, which aims to promote the art and science of choral music through performances and recitals, nurturing amateur choirs and providing bursaries to enable young people and people from disadvantaged backgrounds to join choirs or receive vocal lessons.

She is also studying voice with Vox Anima London Founder Dr James Meaders and sings with his 14 voice choir, Vox Anima Chamber Choir who specialise in the performance of the music of living composers, giving specific emphasis to the music of female composers.

Hannah is excited to be on the Vox Anima London team, and the opportunity it affords to work with such talented musicians from across the globe, bringing music to life.