Dr. Anne-Marie Dicce

Visual & Performing Arts Department

College Degrees & Credentials:

  • D.M.A. in Vocal Performance from UC San Diego (2009)
  • M.A. in Vocal Performance from UC San Diego (2004)
  • B.A. in Music – Vocal Performance from Loyola Marymount University (2002)


Dr. Anne-Marie Dicce is a music teacher and professional soprano who has taught in the San Diego area for nearly two decades. As an educator, Dr. Dicce has held numerous positions throughout Southern California, including the Beginning Choir Director at Canyon Crest Academy, the Voice Faculty at Villa Musica Community Music Center, the Choral Director at Cuyamaca College, the Vocal Music Director at Coronado School for the Arts, the interim Choral Director at La Jolla Country Day School, and on the Voice Faculty at Scripps College in Claremont, CA. Dr. Dicce has performed as a soloist and choral artist throughout North America and Europe, most notably on tour in Norway and throughout Mexico, Bolivia, and Germany. She is a core member of a number of professional vocal ensembles, including the Bach Collegium San Diego, Oregon Bach Festival (Eugene, OR), True Concord Voices and Orchestra (Tucson, AZ), Conspirare (Austin, TX), Brevitas (Salt Lake City, UT), and the Sacramento Baroque Soloists.

Anne-Marie received her Doctor of Musical Arts (2009) and Master of Arts degrees (2004) in Vocal Performance from UC San Diego, and her Bachelor’s degree in Music from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles (2002). While at LMU, she was President of the LMU Choruses and very involved in Campus Ministry as a cantor for weekly masses and the planning of music in liturgy. Her doctoral dissertation included research in synaesthesia and the connection between early and contemporary vocal music techniques. She is a proud alumna of St. Francis Catholic High School for Girls in Sacramento (’98), and has been grateful to be a part of the OLP family since 2018!