Booking Management :

Marilynn Scott Murphy
321 West 44th Street, Suite 605
New York, NY 10036
Tel: (212) 247-8770
Fax: (212) 977-5686

Simon Sharkey
44 Lexington Street
London | W1F 0LP
Tel: +44 20 7287 1923


"A songstress who has triumphed in everything from Broadway tunes to opera arias and the sultry innuendoes of the cabaret chanteuse.”
~Cecilia Porter, The Washington Post

“Anna Bergman thrills you with spectacular high notes…and the sheer aural sensation of her voice. A superior soprano exploring the lower part of her range… proves that an opera singer can be just as sultry as a blues singer.”
~ Will Friedwald, The Wall Street Journal

“Looking at times like Julie Andrews and Renee Fleming and sounding very much up to par with both of them, Anna Bergman is a most accomplished performer.”
~Oscar E. Moore,

“An artist at the top of her game.”
~David Hurst,Next Magazine

“One of the most glorious voices…stunningly beautiful and classy… It is the combination of her acting, singing and charm that makes Anna Bergman the total package.”
~Linda Amiel Burns,

“The real prize of the [Jazz at Lincoln Center] concert found a beauteous Anna Bergman with a group of Richard Rodgers love songs that revealed the cunning contrast among the composer’s lyric writers.”
~Robert L. Daniels, Variety

"In a carefully polished cabaret program…Bergman took the role of citizen of the world. [With] songs that require a variety of vocal styles and skills, ranging from torch song to operatic aria, it is unusual to hear a singer who is at home in all of them…Bergman managed them all in fine style…Whether they were originally associated with Barbara Cook, Julie Andrews or even Maria Callas, Bergman made these songs momentarily her own.”
~Joseph McLellan,The Washington Post

“Her show has everything you would expect from a first rate singer and actor, who also has a wonderful sense of humor and a nonchalant flirtatiousness that made it an electrifying evening.”
~ Stephen Sorokoff,Times Square Chronicles

“Anna Bergman possesses a voice of uncommon flexibility, and her act is one of splendid unpredictability as she ranges through the world of opera, cabaret and musical comedy. Her appearance combines Renée Fleming and the late-lamented Madeline Kahn; she shares with that lady a mischievous sense of humor, a flirtation with the risqué and soaring vocal talent…Bergman’s lyric soprano is perfect for operetta with beautiful, audacious trilling and wicked humour conveyed with a persuasion rarely encountered since the aria was introduced by Barbara Cook.”
~ Tom Vallance, (London)

“Her acting had the maturity to match her singing…cosmopolitan and multi-lingual repertoire moving easily from classical to pop to theater…One stylish diva with a polish of sophistication and grace.”
~ Elizabeth Ahlfors, Cabaret Scenes

“A tour de force.”
~ Barbara & Scott Siegel, (Awarded Best CD 2002)

“An eclectic collection of the American and European songbook, covering decades, styles and languages galore…This stylish soprano is all woman…Singing comfortably in English, French and German, hers is a strong voice…A musically versatile and stylishly executed evening.”
~ Jennifer Reischel,The Stage (London)

“Not since Dawn Upshaw triumphed with ‘I Wish It So’ has a soprano so effortlessly navigated the waters of Broadway and art songs to such dazzling effect. She sings with heart-breaking truth.”
~ David Hurst, Show Business

“A singer of splendid accomplishment…a memorable evening…a thrilling voice.”
~John Hoglund, Back Stage

“Lyric soprano Anna Bergman is highly polished…part of [her] signature as a performer is not only her great range, but her knowledge of languages…a shiver literally ran down my spine…her real artistry, story-telling skills [are] outstanding…[She] is the epitome of glamour.”
~ Fiona Jane Weston, Stage Won (London)

“Elegant and utterly enjoyable… She becomes each character in each song, finding the emotional arc…lovely and poignant…a wonderful, breathtaking show that makes classic songs seem vibrant and new.”
~Jena Tesse Fox,

“Looking like a cross between Madonna and Madeline Kahn and possessing a touch of the latter’s mix of a pure classically trained soprano voice and a zany comic sensibility…with her shimmering soprano, excellent taste in material, her warm, engaging wit and personality, Anna was equally effective on theatrical numbers as she was on classic opera fare.”
~ Jonathan Frank,

“Anna Bergman dazzles as a singer, oozing class and professionalism with a voice that beautifully merges Broadway and opera. Bergman’s musical intensity causes our eyes to well up”
~Kristin Forte,

“Anna Bergman is a gorgeous singer—gorgeous in every way: lovely of face and form, elegant in bearing and manner…with a voice that is a rich, luscious soprano…poignant, touching… performed to perfection…her ebullient performance was beyond terrific…I admire her talent so much.”
~Roy Sander,

“For my money, Ms. Bergman stole the show. She seemed to radiate poise, self-possession, integrity — never self-consciousness - and to engage with the lyrics, to have completely internalized them, intellectually as well as emotionally, in an almost supernatural way.”
~ Virginia Garrison, East Hampton Star

“Apart from her enviable vocal skills, she is stunning in appearance and impressive as an actress interpreting a lyric."
~William Wolf, Wolf Entertainment Guide 

“Blessed with a voice most girl-singers would kill for…Run, don’t walk to see and hear her.”
~Nancy Walman, WQXR Radio

“Multi-talented Anna Bergman sings from her heart. She is passionate, intelligent and above all, musical. She is blessed with a glorious voice that soars.”
~ John Von Soosten, XM-28 On Broadway, XM Satellite Radio

“A world class performer!”
~Maximillien de La Croix de Lafayette, International Herald Daily News (Named “One of the Best Singers in America” 2005 & Best CD, 2003)

“A glorious voice, classy and captivating program and performance.”
~ Peter Haas, Cabaret Scenes


“Anna Bergman is simply enchanting. Her vocal range is astonishing. What a marvelous singer and actress.”
~ Jane Alexander, Actress & Former Chairman NEA

“In my many years as Concertmaster of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, I have been privileged to perform alongside the greatest chanteuses of our time. Anna Bergman is worthy of carrying on that glorious tradition of deliciously enveloping you in a world of colorful and evocative songs, with a flawless vocal range, ease of delivery and an unforgettable personality. And she is SO easy on the eyes!!”
~Bruce Dukov, Concertmaster, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra

"Anna Bergman is an extremely gifted singing actress. Her glorious voice and her fine interpretive skills enable her to get to the heart of every syllable and note she sings."
~David Zippel, Broadway & Hollywood Lyricist (CITY OF ANGELS, MULAN)

“Anna Bergman’s performance is a bouquet of soul, passion, sex and humor in a beautiful woman.”
~Lee Roy Reams, Actor & Director (HELLO DOLLY, PRODUCERS)

“Anna Bergman is one of the most versatile, charming and exceptional artists I’ve ever heard.”
~ Kitty Carlisle Hart, Actress, Singer & Chairman NY State Council for the Arts

“Richard Rodgers’ career was marked by incredible versatility and Anna covers that amazing range with beauty and grace.  Her clarion voice and melodic tones are as perfectly matched to the sophistication of the Rodgers & Hart songs as to the lushness of the classic Rodgers & Hammerstein standards… Well, now Rodgers’ fans have a new “Mrs. Anna” to applaud:  Anna Bergman.”
~ Bert Fink, The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization

“Anna Bergman is a superb singer and actress with an exceptional vocal range whose talent allows her to sing operatic arias as well as the popular songs of today. An evening of vocal virtuosity that is unlike any other. Go hear her.”
~ Byron Janis, Legendary Concert Pianist