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Anitra Coulter
Ph: 512.422.7070

Height – 5 feet 6 inches / 168 cm

Hair – Black

Eyes – Brown

Body Type – Slim/Slender

Ethnicity – Latino/Hispanic, Black/African, Middle Eastern, Pacific Islander, Native American


Vocal Range – Soprano

Singing – Musical Theater, Opera, Pop, Jazz

Dancing – Meringue, Salsa, Modern

Languages – American English, British English, Other

Hansel and Gretel (Hänsel und Gretel ) (Nov 1998)
Role: Angel
Director: Robert Desimone
Organization: University of Texas at Austin
The Magic Flute (Apr 1998)
Role: The Queen of the Night
Director: William Lewis
Organization: University of Texas at Austin
The Impresario (Nov 1997)
Role: Madame Goldnertrille
Director: William Lewis
Organization: University of Texas at Austin
Into the Woods (Jul 1997)
Role: Voice of Repunsel/Mother
Director: Robert Desimone
Organization: University of Texas at Austin
The Telephone (Feb 1996)
Role: Lucy
Director: William Lewis
Organization: University of Texas at Austin
1-800 Voice Prompt
Role: Voice
Director: Foluke
Organization: Directory for Small Biz
University/College Promotion (Jul 2007)
Role: Mother/Professor
Director: Getty Images
Organization: Yellow Dog Productions
Long Styles (Jun 2004)
Role: Hair Model
Director: Cheryl Waltower
Organization: Texas Trends Magazine
The Learned Ladies of Park Avenue (Aug 2005)
Role: Soprano
Director: Darlene Ephriam
Organization: Temple Restoration
Madame C.J. Walker Memorial (Nov 1998)
Role: Soprano/Speaker
Director: Dr. Mae peas
Organization: Affiliation of Texas Hairstylists
Additional Info
Anitra Coulter Blunt is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, with a Bachelor’s degree in Music/Voice Performance. Anitra has performed a variety of character roles, including Madame Goldnertrille in Mozart's Der Schauspieldirektor, Lucy in Menotti's The Telephone, Die Konigen der Nacht in Mozart’s Magic Flute, and Cinderella's Mother/ The Voice of Rapunzel in Sondheim's Into the Woods. Before earning her degree from The University of Texas, Anitra graduated from Arts Magnet High School in Dallas, Texas, where she studied visual art, and began her training as a soprano vocalist.
As director and owner of Cedar Park’s Le Voicery at Studio A, Ms. Coulter Blunt specializes in the performance and instruction of classical, operatic music, and Kindermusik, but also sings jazz, spiritual, cultural/ethnic music, and children’s music. Her musical expertise encompasses performance, vocal technique, musical analysis, theory, and principle applications of classical music. After graduation, she began teaching and performing for organizations and schools throughout Austin. She has been teaching privately for over ten years, and has had the delightful privilege of teaching privately for Leander ISD for three wonderful years, and music in the classroom for grades K-12 at Victory Christian Center School. Anitra was afforded the opportunity to build the ground floor as Vocal Arts Director and Kindermusik © Director for Rising Stars Creative Arts Center, and helped launch the Kindermusik © program for 26-Music in Steiner Ranch. In 2004 she became certified as a Kindermusik © Educator. Development of the young child and learning tools for the child with special needs have been areas of deep interest for several years. Most recently, Ms. Coulter Blunt was co-writer for an inspiring film called “Southern Girls”.
Anitra is aspiring to be on the opera stage as well as to produce and record classical, children’s, Christian Jazz, and ethno-cultural sacred music. Along with pursuing a position in the fields of acting and voice-over work, including character voices, commercial singing, and advertising, she enjoys acting, storytelling, inspiring audiences of all ages, and artful expression by medium of the written word. Future endeavors include, authoring books for children and families, and books focused on total-wellness. As a mother of children with special needs, she also desires to be an advocate for children with special needs, orphans, and low-income families by offering affordable arts and literary enrichment, giving recitals that raise funds for those families and individuals, and launching programs that care for them.
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