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Anna Schubert

Soprano

About this Artist

Anna begins 2020 by performing the role of Fury 1 in Julian Wachner’s frenetic opera REV 23 at the Prototype Festival, in a new production by James Darrah. She will then return to LA to sing Hindemith’s Murderer, Hope of Women in a staged production by Simon McBurney with the LA Phil, under the baton of Esa-Pekka Salonen. In June, she will debut with the Atlanta Symphony singing Belinda in scenes from Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas.

A lover of new music and performance, Anna recently created the role of Bibi in the world premiere of Ellen Reid’s opera, prism. It debuted at both LA Opera and at the Prototype Festival in late 2018 and early 2019, directed by James Darrah.

Anna made her debut on the L.A. new music scene with The Industry in 2015, singing the ethereal soprano role of L in Anne LeBaron’s scenes from LSD: The Opera, first with Marc Lowenstein and Wild Up, and again a few months later in a staged version with Partch and under the baton of Christopher Rountree. In 2017, she made her debut with Opera Omaha singing the role of the Controller in their production of Jonathan Dove’s Flight. In 2018, she made her soloist debut with Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil in Bernstein’s Mass, directed by Elkhanah Pulitzer.

Outside the world of classical music, Anna enjoys a stimulating career as a session singer. Her voice appears in various film and TV soundtracks, including The Lion King (2019), Mulan (2020), Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker, Call of the Wild, Creed, The Accountant, Sing, A Wrinkle in Time, Smallfoot, and Minions. Her solo soprano vocals can also be heard in scores like Keanu (2016) and Birds of Prey (2020). Anna attended Chapman University as a Provost Scholar, where she studied voice with renowned soprano Carol Neblett.