Hannah Adamy graduated in 2013 with a BA in Music from The College of New Jersey and in 2015 with an MA in Performance Studies from Texas A&M University. Her master’s thesis “Diva Performativity: Female Body and Voice through Euro-Classical Vocal Pedagogy” considers the image of the opera diva as it relates to the process of operatic vocal training.
Hannah presented her ethnography on soprano identity in the A&M Voice Studio as part of the ATHE Bruce Kirle Memorial panel. The paper was later published in the Winter 2014 issue of Studies in Musical Theatre. Her current research interests include gendered vocality, the politics of race and voice, and acousmatic identity politics through voice.
She was a 2019 Mellon Public Scholar and a researcher for the Office of Public Scholarship and Engagement at UC Davis.