Anna Diemer is a Houston-based voice teacher, soprano, and arts entrepreneur. She 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 through a physiological approach. Ms. Diemer currently teaches students from Porter, Crosby, and C.E. King high schools, along with members of the Houston Symphony Chorus. She also works with area middle and high school choirs on vocal technique, diction coaching, and repertoire for UIL.
With a background in opera, musical theater, and jazz, Ms. Diemer enjoys performing in all genres, with an interest in reviving the medium of art song. She regularly organizes and sings in art song recitals and cabaret-style performances, including outreach concerts at the Campbell Learning Center and nonprofit fundraisers at Saint Arnold. Ms. Diemer specializes in new music and has commissioned and premiered works by Houston-area composers Joshua Zinn and Mark Buller. She made her Houston Symphony solo debut in 2016, and most recently, she collaborated with Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Music Director, 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.
Listen to her new music recordings on Soundcloud.
Photo by Ms. Elizabeth Hoard.
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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