Anna Husáhr has received acknowledgement of her potential through
auditions and exams. This spring she was accepted at
Manhattan School of
Music in New York as one of 480 singing
applicants for 20 places and she
also received a scholarship to go to
Thornton School of Music at University
of Southern California in Los
Angeles. She was also chosen as the recipient
of the Simon Fletcher
Charitable Trust's 2006 award.
Borlange, Sweden in 1983, Anna Husáhr started to sing at the
age of 12.
However, her musical interest had already been evoked long
before by her
father who took her to her first piano lesson at the
age of 6. She has
played the piano ever since. At 16 she auditioned
to the Music Conservatory
in Falun, the only full-time classical
music school of its kind available
for students aged 16-18 in Sweden.
After 3 years studying under Birgitta
Sundqvist Anna started looking
for an undergraduate course that would live
up to her expectations.
Therefore she applied to Guildhall School of Music
and Drama in order
to receive the best possible teaching.
graduated in the summer of 2006 from the Guildhall School of
Drama receiving a Bachelor of Music degree at the renowned
these years she has worked on refining technique,
interpretation and acting
in the various classes the school offers;
movement, language classes,
drama, song classes in French, Italian
and German as well as aria classes
and private singing lessons. She
has studied, developed and vocally matured
with Theresa Goble as her
singing teacher throughout her college
Anna has a light, lyrical soprano voice that is suitable for
parts such as Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Pamina in The Magic Flute
in operas by other composers for example Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi
(Puccini), Nannetta in Falstaff (Verdi), Norina in Don Pasquale
(Donizetti), Nedda in I Pagliacci (Leoncavallo) and Gretel in Hansel
und Gretel (Humperdinck) to mention but a few.