Edward Hull – Tenor

 Dr. Edward Hull is a resident of Branford where he has served as minister of music at the First Congregational Church, maintained a private voice studio, and was the voice and diction coach for the New England Actor’s Theatre. He has taught voice and opera at the University of Texas, the University of Denver, and most recently at Central Connecticut State University. Dr. Hull was the cantor soloist at the Riverdale Temple in New York City where he also performed as oratorio soloist with St. Bartholomew’s Church, the Westchester Chorale and the New York Choral Society.


His Connecticut solo appearances include Messiah with the Worcester Chorale and Mozart’s Mass in C with the New Haven Chorale. Opera credits include La Boheme (Rodolfo) with the New York City Opera, Cavalleria Rustiacana (Turridu) with the Tri-Cities Opera and Madama Butterfly (Pinkerton) with Opera Memphis. Dr. Hull performed the leading tenor role in the world premier of Isadora by Edward Craig at Carnegie Hall in 1978. A long-time member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, he was chosen its “Singer of the Year” in 1975.


Dr. Hull is currently performing a series of concerts throughout the area highlighting operatic, lieder and popular tunes from his varied repertoire of songs.