Anna Tonna

Anna Tonna


Anna Tonna (Queen Elizabeth—mezzo soprano) has been described by critics as “A born star.” Her performances have been depicted as “…full of charm and magnetism with her dark, compact lyric mezzo-soprano.” In the North American premiere of L’Equivoco Stravagante, the Rossini Gessellschaft described her as, “a mezzo heroine who knows how to sing Rossini” and by New York Magazine as “showing off her warm, secure mezzo-soprano to maximum advantage.” She recently played the role of Laura Adorno with both the Brno State Opera in the Czech Republic and the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera. Other performances include Clarina in Rossini’s Il Cambiale di Matrimonio for Little Opera Zamora; recitals in Madrid, Italy, Vienna, and Lisboa; and a Zarzuela concert at the ElbPhilharmonie in Hamburg. In New York, she will be featured at the Hispanic Society Museum & Library and the Americas Society. As part of the Centennial Anniversary dedicated to Leonard Bernstein, she performed in the composer’s Songfest for Maverick Concerts.

Past Performances

Rival Queens—A Virtual Opera By Divaria Productions
Category: Special Performances November 12 at 8:00pm

The virtual world premiere of Divaria Productions’ original biopic opera Rival Queens tells the story of Mary Queen of Scots and Queen Elizabeth I.