Anna Kietzman received her B.M. in Music Composition with a vocal emphasis from Biola University in 2016. While at Biola she performed in many operatic roles for coloratura soprano including The Queen of the Night in Mozart’s “The Magic Flute”. She has written works for orchestra, woodwind quintet, string quartet, choir, and other chamber ensembles. She is currently a soprano Choral Artist with Choral Arts Initiative and assists with vocals, piano, and songwriting at her church. When she’s not performing, she works at Disneyland Resort® as a Guest Talent Coordinator and Youth Education Series Facilitator, specializing in teaching Music and Animation while utilizing Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Parks as interactive classrooms.
Anna will be working with homeschool students on voice and performance, focusing on the integration of language arts and vocal skills. She strongly believes that music integrates into every field, especially public speaking, poetry, and literature. Students will learn how to compose their song and how to have confidence in front of a crowd, be aware of their words and diction, gain a deeper understanding of how to communicate a story, idea, or message in various ways through the study of voice and performance on Thursdays. Anna will be teaching Music History on Wednesday, Music Composition on Thursday and studio time for development of the skills on Friday, within our programs.