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ANNA BERGMAN ANNA BERGMAN “thrills you with the sheer aural sensation of her voice” (THE WALL STREET JOURNAL) and has been hailed by THE WASHINGTON POST as “a vocal citizen of the world who has triumphed in everything from Broadway tunes to opera arias and the sultry innuendoes of a chanteuse.” She performs internationally in concerts, theatre, opera, music festivals, with symphony orchestras, on television and recordings.
Highlights: soloist at the White House and for HM Queen Elizabeth’s birthday, Lincoln Center’s AMERICAN SONGBOOK: THE LYRICS OF DAVID ZIPPEL (with Barbara Cook), Carnegie Hall’s IRA AT 100 & VIENNA CITY OF DREAMS FESTIVAL 2014, HOLLYWOOD IN LOVE for Princeton Symphony Orchestra (with Brent Barrett), Pasadena Pops, LADY SINGS THE BLUES for Amarillo Symphony, THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA (as Margaret in concert with Matthew Morrison), THE MUSIC OF IVOR NOVELLO (BBC), Public Television Specials including THE LYRICS OF JOHNNY MERCER and her solo concert A SALON WITH ANNA BERGMAN.
Anna has paid tribute in concert to such songwriters as Charles Strouse (with Len Cariou & Martin Charnin), Adam Guettel (with Kelli O’Hara & Stephen Pasquale), Richard Rodgers (with Malcom Gets), Noel Coward (with Jim Dale, Rosemary Harris, Haley Mills) and such artists as Patricia Neal, Kitty Carlisle Hart, Patrice Munsel, Tommy Tune and glass artist Dale Chihuly. She has headlined at New York’s Town Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center and at music festivals including Aspen, Hamptons, Chicago Humanities and International Festival Cardiff, Wales (BBC TV).
Raised abroad as the daughter of an American diplomat, Anna is a crossover artist who sings in multiple languages in styles ranging from popular song to opera. She has garnered critical acclaim for her solo concerts at The Kennedy Center, Feinstein’s, Caramoor, Strathmore, The Kravis Center and Colony Hotel (Palm Beach), Easthampton’s Guild Hall, Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, Le Chat Noir (New Orleans), Manaus Opera House (Brazil), London’s Café Royal, Pizza on the Park and The Crazy Coqs.
Theatre and Opera credits include A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (The Kennedy Center, Mark Brokaw, director), CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE (Arena Stage, Tazwell Thompson, director), THE BEGGAR’S OPERA (Lucy, The Shakespeare Theatre), THREE SISTERS (Masha, The Studio Theatre, Joy Zinoman, director), THE CRYPTOGRAM (Donny, The Studio Theatre, Joy Zinoman, director), KISS ME KATE (Kate, Col. Arnold Gabriel, conductor), CAMELOT (Guenevere, Dallit Norris, director), FALSETTOLAND (Cordelia, The Studio Theatre, Joy Zinoman, director), THE WOMEN (King’s Head Theatre-London, Maureen Lipman, director), A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Ford’s Theatre, David Bell, director), THE MERRY WIDOW (Valencienne), STREET SCENE (Mae, Aspen Music Festival, Martha Schlamme, director) OKLAHOMA (Ado Annie, North Carolina Theatre, Terrence Manne, director) BLOOD ON THE DINING ROOM FLOOR (Rose, WPA Theatre, Jeremy Dobrish, director) Anna is a graduate and fellow of Vassar College and the Aspen Music School. www.AnnaBergman.com.