Anna Feucht


Anna is offering singing/general music lessons for young children (pre-K through age 12), and traditional classical voice lessons for students ages 13+.

The goals of singing/general music lessons are:

  • Discovering a healthy vocal style
  • Singing fun, age appropriate music
  • Learning music fundamentals
  • Building confidence

The focus of traditional/classical voice lessons are:

  • Developing healthy technique
  • Exploring the classical repertoire (art songs, arias, classic musical theatre)
  • Building language skills (Italian, French, and German)
  • Preparing for auditions/performances

Anna Feucht is a young soprano who has garnered praise for her “exciting coloratura” and “exceptionally beautiful and powerful sound,” with “notes that soar towards the ceiling.” She is a frequent soloist with Virginia Opera and Tidewater Opera Initiative. Roles performed include Laetitia in Tidewater Opera’s Old Maid and the Thief, Romilda in Bel Cantanti Opera’s Serse,  Miss Silverpeal in Capitol Opera Richmond’s Der Schauspieldirektor, and Pamina in Lyric Opera Studio Weimar’s Die Zauberflöte, in Germany.

Recently, Anna made a splash in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, where she was described as a big talent with tremendous potential and was praised for her coloratura.

She has often appeared as a soloist with orchestra; Anna is artist-in-residence with the Hampton Roads Philharmonic, presenting a selection of opera arias with the orchestra. She appeared as the soprano soloist inElijah with the Williamsburg Choral Guild. She has also made repeated appearance with the Ocala Symphony Orchestra as soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah, and will have a special performance as part of their one year anniversary concert. Anna is also a soprano with the Virginia Symphony Orchestra and Virginia Chorale.

Anna obtained her Master of Music degree from the University of Florida and her Bachelor of Music from Christopher Newport University. She currently lives in Norfolk, Virginia with her dog Wednesday.