Anna Steiger

Opera Singer
Born Feb 13, 1960

Anna Justine Steiger is a British opera singer who has sung leading soprano and mezzo-soprano roles in British, and European, and North American opera houses . She is the daughter of Claire Bloom and Rod Steiger.

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1960 Birth Born in 1960.


1977 17 Years Old Steiger was born in Los Angeles, California. She trained with Noelle Barker at the Guildhall School of Music in London from 1977 to 1983 and then with Vera Rozsa at the National Opera Studio from 1985 to 1986.


1982 22 Years Old She won the Sir Peter Pears Award in 1982, the Richard Tauber Prize in 1984, and the John Christie Award in 1985.
1984 24 Years Old Her professional debut was as Dorabella in Così fan tutte in 1984 with Opera 80.
1986 26 Years Old In 1986 she sang the title role in Monteverdi’s L'incoronazione di Poppea at Glyndebourne, and she has since returned to sing in many productions there in roles such as Concepcion in L'heure espagnole.
1987 27 Years Old With Glyndebourne Touring Opera, she sang the role of Sashka in the 1987 world premiere of Nigel Osborne's The Electrification of the Soviet Union.
1988 28 Years Old From 1988, she sang at other opera houses in the UK, including, the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, with roles in Parsifal, Jenůfa and The Knot Garden, and the English National Opera in The Makropulos Affair. … Read More


1991 31 Years Old She has sung many times with Nicolaus Harnoncourt and in 1991 recorded with him the role of Despina with the Concertgebouw Orchestra for the Teldec/Warner Classics label. … Read More
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