Veronika Anissimova


Praised for her “lovely presence” (Berkshire Fine Arts) and “impressively quick and precise coloratura” (Ludwig van Toronto), Veronika Anissimova is devoted to the concert and art song repertoire. She was chosen to join in the 2018 The Song Continues series at Carnegie Hall, and this season she is singing recitals with the Linden Project and the Metropolitan United Church, as well as recording projects with Opus 8.

Veronika performed Mozart’s Exsultate, jubilate with the Hart House Orchestra, as a winner of the 2019 Concerto Competition; select soloist credits include Polluce in Cavalli’s Elena with the Toronto Consort, Zulma in Rossini’s L’Italiana in Algeri with the Toronto Concert Orchestra, Handel’s Messiah with the Peterborough Singers, and Bach’s Mass in B Minor with the American Bach Soloists Academy.

Winner of the 2014 National Gold Medal at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Veronika holds a MMus (2018) in historical voice performance and a BMus (Honours, 2016) in piano and Italian studies from the University of Toronto. She is a student of Inna Golsband and Daniel Taylor.

Veronika Anissimova attends the 2021 TSM Academy courtesy of the Jane Stephenson Fellowship.