Internationally known for her dazzling performances of opera, oratorio, and popular music, dramatic soprano Beverley Vanessa Hill has garnered worldwide applause and praise for her performances with an array of prestigious opera companies around the globe. Hailed as the “talk of the town” upon her Vienna debut, Ms. Hill has also taken other cities by storm, with performances in such noteworthy opera festivals as the Kammerensemble Berlin, Kitzbuhel Opera and More Televised, Gala Festival in Salzburg, the Richard Wagner Society in Vienna, and as the first American soprano to sing with the historic Shaliapin International Opera Festival in Kazan, Russia. She has also made guest artist appearances at the Richard Tucker Metropolitan Opera Stars Gala.
Her vocal talents have brought her into the recording studio with the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by the late Maestro Anton Guadagno, the Maestro’s last live recording, and on television she has appeared on Italy's IIRAI and on the Lifetime Television network. Additionally, she has earned rave notices in the New York Times for her New York recital debut , the American Masters Arts Festival and in Die Fledermaus at Opera of the Hamptons in New York. Ms. Hill has also had the honor of singing the national anthem at Shea Stadium for a New York Mets game, in which she took great pride, since she makes her home in New York City.
Her most recent performances include singing the title roles in Aida, Tosca, Turandot, and the role of Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana, the latter with the Amici Opera in Philadelphia.