Anna Cavaliero


British-Hungarian lyric soprano Anna Cavaliero is a member of Opera Fuoco’s Atelier Lyrique under conductor David Stern. She was formerly in the opera studio of the Opéra de Lyon, and an artist with City Music Foundation, Samling, Handel House, Opera Prelude and Britten Pears. Upcoming operatic roles include the Governess (Britten/The Turn of the Screw) at Bath Theatre Royal’s Ustinov Studio, and Iole (Handel/Hercules) in Namur, Belgium.

Former roles have included Susanna (Mozart/Le Nozze di Figaro) at the Festival Les Étoiles du Classique; Grace (Samantha Fernando/Glass Human) for Glyndebourne Tour; Atalanta (Hande/Serse) at Opera Holland Park; Soliste (Blacher/Romeo and Juliet) at Opéra de Lyon; Musetta (Puccini/La Bohème) at the Festival de la Grange aux Pianos; Ninfa and cover La Musica (Monteverdi/Orfeo) at Garsington Opera; Die Prinzessin (Maxwell-Davies/The Hogboon) at the Philharmonie de Luxembourg; Zerlina (Mozart/Don Giovanni), Belinda (Purcell/Dido and Aeneas), and Fairy (Purcell/The Fairy Queen) at Waterperry Opera Festival; Fortuna/ Damigella/ Venere (Monteverdi/L’incoronazione di Poppea) and cover Euridice (Gluck/Orfeo ed Euridice) at Longborough Festival Opera; Galatea (Handel/Acis and Galatea, serenata in tre parti) at Snape Maltings; and Pamina (Mozart/Die Zauberflöte) at Cambridge’s ADC Theatre.

Anna has performed with Sholto Kynoch at the Oxford International Song Festival, Leicester International Music Festival, and LiedFest Berlin-Oxford. She has also performed at Oxford Song alongside Julian Perkins and Natalie Burch, at New Paths Music Festival with Libby Burgess, and at the Liedrezital Zurich with Sebastian Issler. 2024 will see the release of a disc of song inspired by Goethe’s ‘Faust’, recorded with pianist Mark Austin for Champs Hill Records. Further chamber music highlights include concerts with The Brook Street Band, Sounds Baroque, The London Mozart Players, The Temple Players, The Echéa Quartet, and The Academy of Ancient Music. 2024 will see Anna on tour in Florida with Fuoco Obbligato.

Anna and pianist Sebastian Issler were awarded the Jean Meikle Duo Prize in the Wigmore Hall International Song Competition 2022. She also won the 2019 Opera Prelude Singer’s Prize, and was awarded second prize in the 2017 Lies Askonas competition. Following a degree in English from Trinity College, Cambridge, Anna pursued postgraduate vocal studies at London’s Royal College of Music and the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg.

 Updated: 2/10/2023

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