Since completing her Masters at Manhattan School of Music, lyric soprano Anne Hiatt has performed with various opera companies in and around New York City. In 2005 she made her Avery Fisher Hall debut with the National Chorale, singing the soprano solo in Aaron Copland’s “An Immorality.” Focusing principally on performing new works, she has sung regularly with the New York-based outreach company The Remarkable Theatre Brigade. She also has performed contemporary pieces at the Chicago Humanities Festival and the International Fringe Festival and for American Opera Projects. She premiered the principal role of the gold-digger Tiffany in preliminary performances of “Best Friends,” the opera-in-progress by composer Deborah Drattell and the late playwright Wendy Wasserstein. In addition to working as General Managing Diva of Opera on Tap, she teaches voice, and indulges her tastes for great literature and fine wine to the extent that time (and income) permit.