Anna Diemer is a Houston-based soprano, voice teacher, and arts entrepreneur. Her experience extends across many genres, and she has performed with the Houston Symphony, Moores Opera Center, and Furman Pauper Players, as well as appearing in solo art song recitals. Ms. Diemer specializes in the performance of new music, and she has premiered works by Houston composers Mark Buller, Samuel Hunter, and Joshua Zinn. Most recently, she collaborated with Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Music Director of the Houston Symphony, on a project involving singers in a performance of Charles Ives' Symphony No. 3, The Camp Meeting.
Ms. Diemer graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor of Music from Furman University and earned her Master’s degree in vocal pedagogy and performance at the University of Houston, where she studied with Melanie Sonnenberg. She currently teaches students from Porter High School, C.E. King High School, Crosby High School, and HSPVA, as well as adult members of the Houston Symphony Chorus.
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Ms. Diemer has been teaching voice at the high school, collegiate, and adult levels for six years, and she strives to help her students reach their personal singing goals while learning to sing in a healthy way.
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