Anna-Luise Wagner is a German soprano and linguist based in London. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge, researching the 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 with a ‘warm and generous’ voice (Opera Magazine), Anna’s repertoire ranges from early baroque opera to contemporary pieces. Onstage highlights include title role/Partenope (Festivals Malta and HGO) conducted by Antonio Florio at the Teatru Manoel in Valetta; Dorine in Élisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre’s rarely performed Céphale et Procris and Amore and Damigella/L’incoronazione di Poppea (Ensemble OrQuesta); Belinda/Dido and Aeneas , Susanna/Le nozze di Figaro and Dema/L’Egisto (HGO), Clorinda/La Cenerentola (Random Opera), The Artist/Joanna Ward’s hunger (Edinburgh Festival Fringe), as well as several roles with Cambridge University Opera including Cleopatra/Giulio Cesare, 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.