As a lyric soprano, Hannah Kim embraces a wide variety of musical genres such as opera, musical theater, oratorio, recital, and concert works. Selected as one of the singers to accompany Andrea Bocelli in his west coast tour, she had the privilege of performing in some of the largest and most prestigious performing venues in the U.S. She made her international debut in the title role in La Belle Hélène in Périgueux, France in 2009. Since, she has performed as a featured soloist in concerts and gave a recital in Seoul, Korea. Her operatic repertoire includes Little Women, L'incoronazione di Poppea, Die Zauberflöte, Candide, Yeoman of the Guard, Suor Angelica and Madama Butterfly. In 2014, she was interviewed in a cable talk show called, “Asian Voices” about her journey as a classical singer.
She has studied with renowned teachers such as Naomi Farr, Patricia Prunty, and Julie Wright-Costa. Currently, she sings with Pacific Chorale often in conjunction with Pacific Symphony and performs in solo recitals and concerts throughout the United States.