Britt Bern is a renowned and internationally acclaimed opera singer.

Born in Stockholm Sweden, where she was a child protégé and known to the Swedish public at the age of eleven.

Before her 18th birthday she had toured the European countries as a concert singer and appeared on both radio and television in conjunction with the tour.

Accepted at prestigious Akademi vor Musik und Darstellende Kunst -Mozarteum - in Salzburg Austria and only six months into her studies she was selected to be the soloist in the world renowned yearly "Mozart Woche Festival".

She appeared along side such famous musicians as conductor Herbert von Karajan and singer Victoria de los Angeles. The Austrian press called her "the new Maria Callas" for her singing and "Brigitte Bardot look-alike" for her beauty.

At 21, she was the youngest soprano ever to make her debut at one of the leading opera houses in the world: the Vienna State Opera as "Blondchen" in "The Abduction of the Seralj" by Mozart.

Miss Bern sang sixty-five leading soprano roles at most major European opera houses for the next fifteen years. She decided to return to Sweden where she sang musical comedy and toured as a concert singer.

She made her American debut at Carnegie Hall in New Your in the late sixties. With her vocal heritage trained by teachers such as Maestro Alessandro Giuresco, Vienna - whose teacher was Benjamin O’Gigli and whose star is to be found at the walk of fame in Hollywood - Professor Ena Thiessen, Salzburg and Madame Andrejewa von Skilondz Stockholm and Moscow, she is without a doubt one of the leading and most outstanding vocal teachers of our time.

Miss Bern splits her time between Seattle, Los Angeles and the Euorpean arena.