Aaron S. Hill, (1992) hails from Troy, Missouri. Currently, he studies Music Composition at the Conservatory of Music and Dance at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where he also studies voice (countertenor/male soprano).
Mr. Hill has had the opportunity to work with many organizations and ensembles. Among those included are the St. Charles Community College Symphonic Orchestra and Opera Workshop (2013/2014), the UMKC Dance Department (2015), Lyric Opera of Kansas City (Words + Music Showcase, 2015-'17), and the New Words//New Music collaboration project (2016). His pieces have been performed at the 2015 and 2016 KC Fringe Festival, the Exchange of Midwestern Collegiate Composers (Univserity of Idaho, 2015), and the Zodiac Music Academy and Festival in Valdeblore, France (2016). His most recent venture was into film music, where he participated in the St. Louis 48 Hour Film Festival. The film, CUT, won several awards and the score was nominated for "Best Musical Score"
As a vocalist, Mr. Hill has sung with the SCC Opera Workshop (various roles, 2011-2013), the Coterie Theater (2016), Fringe Festival (2016) , and the MSSU Symphony and Choruses (Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, 2016). He is currently the tenor section leader/soloist at Colonial UCC, Overland Park, KS.
Mr. Hill is the current Officer of Media and Promotions for the UMKC Composers Guild, has sat on the Board of Directors for the Gateway Festival Orchestra of St. Louis , serving as Chair of the Programming and Social Media Committee (2014-15), and member of the Marketing and Development Committee. Mr. Hill is also an alumnus of Phi Mu Alpha-Pi Zeta chapter.