Juliana Hall


Juliana Hall


Juliana has been hailed as “one of our country’s most able and prolific art song composers” (NATS Journal of Singing), whose more than 60 song cycles and works of vocal chamber music have been described as “brilliant” (Washington Post), “beguiling” (Times of London), and “the most genuinely moving music of the afternoon” (Boston Globe).

Her music has been heard across America and in dozens of countries around the globe, including performances at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Holywell Music Room in Oxford, the Library of Congress, Ordway Theater, and London’s Wigmore Hall, as well as the London Festival of American Music, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Ojai Music Festival, and Tanglewood Music Center.

Special performances include the 2016 Joy in Singing’s Edward T. Cone Composers Concert at New York’s Lincoln Center, a 2015 Holy Week meditation service at London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral, and a 2013 performance at New York’s Morgan Library & Museum as part of Dawn Upshaw’s First Songs project.

Hall received a 2015 recording grant from the Sorel Organization, and SongFest awarded her their 2017 Sorel Commission. In 2018 she was the Guest Composer at Stephanie Blythe’s Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar and Resident Composer for CollabFest at the University of North Texas School of Music.