Alicia Hall Moran is a multi-dimensional artist performing and composing between the genres of opera, art, theater, and jazz. She made her Broadway debut in the Tony-winning revival The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, starring as Bess on a 20-city American tour. Her artist residencies include the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, MASSMoCA, and National Sawdust. She has been commissioned by ArtPublic/Miami Art Basel, Museum of Modern Art, The Kitchen, Histories Remixed/Art Institute Chicago, and Prototype Festival/Beth Morrison Projects, and released critically-acclaimed works such as HEAVY BLUE, the motown project, The Five Fans, Breaking Ice: The Battle of the Carmens, and Black Wall Street.

In partnership with husband and collaborator Jason Moran, she was awarded a 2017 Art of Change fellowship by the Ford Foundation, and has generated work for the Venice Biennale, Whitney Biennial, Walker Art Center, and Philadelphia Museum of Art, and most recently, Carnegie Hall, Symphony Center in Chicago, and Elb Philharmonie in Hamburg, among many others. Ms. Moran’s vocal performances travel fluidly from jazz clubs to orchestras. She makes her San Francisco Symphony debut with these performances.

(January 2023)

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