Chloe studied Music and Drama at The University of Manchester before moving to Dublin where she completed a Masters in Music Performance at the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama. She is an alumna of English National Opera’s Opera Works, the Opera Theatre Company Young Associate Artist Programme, and was a member of the inaugural Christine Collins Young Artist Programme at Opera Holland Park.
Operatic roles include Kate Pinkerton/Madama Butterfly, La Ciesca/Gianni Schicchi (Opera Holland Park), 3rd Shining One/Cup-Bearer/Pickthank/Woodcutter's Boy/The Pilgrim’s Progress, Minerva (cover)/The Return of Ulysses (English National Opera), Banker/Strekoza i Muravej (Tête à Tête), Tisbe/La Cenerentola (Suffolk Opera), Third Lady/The Magic Flute (DIT), Irene/Theodora (Yorke Trust Opera). Chloe was a member of the Glyndebourne Chorus in 2010, and has worked for Glyndebourne Education. She has also sung in the chorus for companies including Opera Ireland, Opera Holland Park, and Opera Project at Longborough Festival Opera.Future plans for 2014 include Acis and Galatea with Mid Wales Opera, and Mlle Dangeville/Adriana Lecouvreur with Opera Holland Park.
“Eve Daniell and Chloe Hinton sparkle as the sisters.”
Reviews Gate, Cosi fan Tutte @The Running Horse Mayfair
"Eyes are drawn to mezzo-soprano Chloe Hinton as Dorabella. She captures with great intelligence the younger sister’s lack of emotional conviction... her voice is deeply moving"
Fringe Opera, Cosi fan Tutte @The Running Horse Mayfair
"Chloe Hinton stood out with her singing as Dorabella"
The Argus, Cosi fan Tutte @Court Gardens Farm