Founder of City Concert Society, soprano Anne Dreyer, is noted for her brilliant and beautiful top register. Under the baton of Lorin Maazel, she performed the Governess in Benjamin Britten’s Turn of the Screw at Maestro Maazel’s private theater in Castleton Virginia as well as at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. The Washington Times praised her “stratospheric yet bell-clear voice.” Her operatic and concert performances include the roles of Gilda, Cunegonde, Konstanze, Zerlina, Miss Wordsworth, the Angel in Laud to the Nativity and soprano soloist in Hayden’s The Seasons. She has performed with Lyric Opera Cleveland, Opera Boston, Boston Lyric Opera, Amato Opera, Ash Lawn-Highland Festival, Aspen Music Festival, Dedham Choral Society, Concert Singers of Greater Lynn, Emmanuel Music, Nashua Symphony Choral Society, New York Cantata Singers, Raylynmor Opera, and the Danbury Symphony.
Ms. Dreyer was a winner of the Friedrich Schorr Memorial Prize in Voice and a finalist in the Singer of the Year Competition in Shreveport, the Liederkranz Competition, and the YWCA Studio Vocal Club Competition. She holds degrees from Rice University and the New England Conservatory of Music. Ms. Dreyer resides in New York with her husband, their two children and Violet, their Golden Retreiver.