Ana Silvera

Ana Silvera is a British singer-songwriter and composer, known for the poeticism of her lyrics, her classical piano style and her extensive work with choirs. Ana Silvera is from Syrian/Irish descent. She grew up in North London, the daughter of a writer and a psychologist. She is operatically trained, and has performed solo roles with the English National Opera including Königskinder by Engelbert Humperdinck, (broadcast live on BBC Radio 3) as well as appearing at the Royal Opera House when she was a teenager.


Her debut album, "The Aviary", was released with KMC Records in March 2012, to positive acclaim, described by The Guardian as 'a stunning album...that mixes operatic and folk elements with magical story-telling'.


Ana Silvera has performed and/or been played on radio stations including BBC Radio 3 (The Verb,  Late Junction), BBC Radio 6, BBC Wales, XFM and Resonance FM. Ana Silvera has collaborated with New York-based producer Brad Albetta (Martha Wainwright, Teddy Thompson), renowned London-based producer Ray Singer, violinist/arranger Maxim Moston (Antony & the Johnsons, Rufus Wainwright),[6] and Jeff Langston (Antony and the Johnsons). Ana Silvera has performed at major venues in London including the Purcell Room, Union Chapel and The Roundhouse.

Ana Silvera performs her song 'Rainbows' for the Karamel Sessions based at the Chocolate Factory, London. With Ben Trigg on cello and Will Roberts on drums. 

Ana Silvera’s BASCA-nominated work, Oracles, a song cycle for voice and choir, first performed at the Roundhouse in 2011 and featuring the landmark arts venue’s experimental choir. 

Debut single from Ana Silvera released March 2010, and recorded in New York with violinist and arranger Maxim Moston (Antony and the Johnsons).