Phone: (804) 828-1166
Office: James W. Black Music Center, Room 1004
Anne Guthmiller is an adjunct voice instructor at the University of Richmond, as well
as at VCU, where she has taught since 1988. A North Carolina native, Guthmiller received her B.M. in voice performance from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and her M.M. degree from Florida State University. Besides teaching classical voice, she has ventured as a performer into musical theater, singing the roles of Sarah Brown in “Guys and Dolls,” Josephine in “H.M.S. Pinafore,” Madame Dubonnet in “The Boyfriend,” various roles in “Quilters” and, most recently, Mrs. Cole Porter in the Barksdale Theater's musical hit “Red, Hot, and Cole.”
She has toured twice as a soloist and chorister with the Norman Luboff Choir; in 1989 she spent a month in France with the Robert Shaw Festival Singers recording two CDs as part of the choir — the Grammy-winning Rachmaninoff Vespers and an album of sacred music by Poulenc.
She is soprano soloist at Second Presbyterian Church in Richmond, and also sings in the Richmond Concert Chorale, which is conducted by her husband, John.