Simon Hall was born in October of 1987. He began taking violin lessons at age five and piano lessons at age six. He joined the Cambridgeshire Boys' Choir and shortly after was made a full member which was unusual at such a young age. When he was seven, he became third violin for the National Children's Orchestra. At age nine, Simon auditioned again for the NCO for violin and cello and won a place playing cello.
In 1999, at age 11, he performed a cello solo in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer at Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, narrated by Hanry Kelly, and became Head Chorister of the CBC. He performed Mahler's 8th Symphony at Ely Cathedral and made appearances on local and national television.
He was removed from the Cambridgeshire Boys' Choir while making the recording and now trains with Felicity Cook, a professional singer and singing teacher who works with Cambridge University and the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. Simon hopes to continue with his music and become a veterinarian.