Anna Marmion, soprano, graduated with a MMus (Distinction) from Trinity Laban, studying with Sarah Pring. Before this she read Modern Languages at Durham University. She was selected for the Royal Opera House Young Artist Programme’s mentoring scheme for 2021-2022, and was awarded third prize at the inaugural UK SongSlam.
Anna’s operatic roles include Queen of the Night (Magic Flute), Zerbinetta (Ariadne auf Naxos), Miss Wordsworth (Albert Herring), Susanna (Marriage of Figaro), Lucy (The Telephone), and Amahl’s Mother (Amahl and the Night Visitors).
Anna loves performing contemporary music and collaborating with composers. She performed in the world premiere of Frank Denyer’s The Fish That Became The Sun at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. Recent contemporary operatic roles include Lena (Ana Sokolović’s Svadba, UK premiere), and Alice (Josh Kaye’s Outlier, premiered at the Tête à Tête Festival), as well as several chamber music pieces.
On the concert stage, Anna has sung with the London Mozart Players. As part of Barbara Hannigan’s Momentum: Our Future Now she sang alongside Nicky Spence and Dylan Perez at the Two Moors Festival. She is a regular recitalist with recent concerts in St. James’ Piccadilly, St. Alfege Greenwich, St. Mark’s Hamilton Terrace, in Cambridge and in Oxford.