Anne Marie made her professional operatic debut at the Spoleto Festival USA as Suor Agnese in Giordano’s Mese Mariano in 2013. The following year, she completed the Houston Grand Opera Young Artists Vocal Academy and performed the role of Zerlina in Don Giovanni with the Janiec Opera Company at the Brevard Music Center in North Carolina. Subsequently, she became a member of the Apprentice Singer Program with The Santa Fe Opera, singing the role of Giovanna in Rigoletto, covering Olivia in the world premiere of Jennifer Higdon's Cold Mountain, and singing in the chorus in La fille du régiment. In the summer of 2016, she was a Studio Artist with the Wolf Trap Opera Company where she covered Female Chorus in Britten's Rape of Lucretia.
In January 2017, Anne Marie was one of the eight finalists who performed in the Houston Grand Opera’s Eleanor McCollum Competition. She won first prize in the 2016 Franco-American Grand Concours Vocal Competition in Austin, Texas and in 2015 she was first prize winner of the Philadelphia Orchestra Albert M. Greenfield Student Competition, The New York Lyric Opera Theatre National Vocal Competition, and the Schuyler Foundation for Career Bridges Grant winner.
After being featured as Concepción in Ravel's L'heure Espagnole in The Santa Fe Opera Apprentice Scenes in 2017, Anne Marie sang as the mezzo soloist in Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with The Princeton Symphony, conducted by Rossen Milanov. Shortly afterwards she received 3rd prize in the Palm Springs Opera Guild Vocal Competition in Palm Springs, California and later in 2018 received 1st prize in The Opera Columbus Cooper-Bing Vocal Competition.
In summer 2018, Anne Marie attended Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, California where she received mentoring from the renowned Marilyn Horne and performed the role of Dinah in Bernstein's Trouble in Tahiti conducted by Edwin Outwater and directed by Peabody Southwell. She also sang the role of Marcellina in Le nozze di Figaro, conducted by James Conlon and directed by James Darrah. In the Fall of 2018, Anne Marie sang the role of Valletto in Bare Opera's production of L'incorinazione di Poppea conducted by David Moody and directed by David Paul.
Anne Marie made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2019 singing as the mezzo soloist in Mozart's Mass in C minor, also known as the "Sparrow Mass" conducted by Leslie Dala. In August of the same year she began her residency at the Academy of Vocal Arts where she performed the role of Léonor in Donizetti's La Favorite conducted by Richard Raub and directed by Gregory Boyle.
In May 2020, Anne Marie was scheduled to perform the role of Die Vertraute in Strauss' Elektra with the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin. She also received a grant to study the French language and her extensive French repertoire with Classic Lyric Arts in Ste. Sabine, France in June-July 2020. Due to Covid-19 these events were cancelled.
Anne Marie recently participated as a national semi-finalist in the 2021 Metropolitan Opera National Council Audition. Prior to the semi-finals, she won the Boston District and New England regional rounds of the MONC competition. Anne Marie also received the the Cecile K. Dalton 2nd prize for the annual Giulio Giargari Bel Canto Competition at the Academy of Vocal Arts and was featured as a mezzo soloist for their annual Jubilate concert.
Anne Marie earned her Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey where she studied with Professor Lindsey Christiansen. She completed her Master of Music in Voice Performance at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University in Houston, Texas.
Anne Marie and her miniature Yorkshire Terrier named Rosie are currently living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where they enjoy long walks around Rittenhouse square, cooking, baking, exercising, studying mind/body connectivity, and saving the neighbors ears by practicing at the Academy of Vocal Arts.
"Her warm mezzo already has bloom and exceptional evenness across a big range, as well as a good command of dynamics. She’s a striking presence, too — here, in a form-hugging gown, she was truly statuesque."
David Fox, Parterre Box