Anna Fraser has gained a reputation as a versatile soprano specialising predominantly in the interpretation of early and contemporary repertoire performing in a myriad of traditional and exploratory programs expertly demonstrating the versatility and virtuosity of a cappella singing. Anna is a graduate of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, New England Conservatory (Boston) and furthered her studies in the Britten-Pears Young Artist Program.

Equally at home as a dramatist on stage presenting opera and historically informed chamber music, Anna is a great exponent of music education, directing and mentoring young singers with Moorambilla Voices, Gondwana Choirs and various scholar and school choir programs.


Anna regularly performs with a number of Australia’s professional ensembles Bach Akadamie Australia, Cantillation, Australian Haydn Ensemble, Salut! Baroque, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Ensemble Offspring, and Vocal Detour, to name a few, and performed as a core ensemble member of the Song Company for over a decade. Anna has also collaborated with international ensembles The Wallfisch Band, Asko|Schönberg Ensemble and the New Zealand String Quartet.


With Pinchgut Opera, Anna has been performing with the Company since 2004 with notable roles in productions of L'Orfeo, Dardanus, L’Ormindo, Castor et Pollux and Médée. With Sydney Chamber Opera, performing with the Company since 2017 in staged works and recital programs, Anna most recently premiered Mary Finsterer’s acclaimed opera Antarctica, an international collaboration with SCO and Asko|Schönberg at the Holland Festival in 2022, with repeat performances at Sydney Festival in 2023.