German soprano Anna-Luise Wagner recently completed a Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge, researching seventeenth-century opera singer, writer, and courtesan Margherita Costa. Alongside her studies, Anna worked as dramaturg and translator on high-profile opera productions in Germany, Austria, Italy, and the US. She also founded Marginalia, an interdisciplinary performance collective bringing academic research to life on stage. As a soprano, onstage highlights include Clorinda/La Cenerentola, Cleopatra/Giulio Cesare, Susanna/Le nozze di Figaro, Micaëla/Carmen, Adina/L’elisir d’amore, title role/Sāvitri, and Despina/Così fan tutte. Anna also created the title role of Green Opera’s Fillu, a Lieder-opera telling the love story of Eugenie Schumann, daughter of Clara and Robert, and the Austrian soprano Marie Fillunger. After having sung the role of Dema in HGO’s recent production of Cavalli’s L’Egisto, Anna is excited to be working on another project with the company.