A favorite of San Antonio audiences, Gail Wettstein has been a featured soloist for the San Antonio Symphony, San Antonio Chamber Choir, San Antonio Mastersingers, San Antonio Opera, "Go for Baroque" orchestra and the Magik Theatre.
In addition to performing throughout the United States, Ms. Wettstein has shared her luminous soprano voice and presence with audiences in Canada, South Africa, Denmark, England, Spain, and Saudi Arabia. Her oratorio engagements have included Pergolesis Stabat Mater, Handel's Messiah, Vivaldi's Gloria, Bach's Cantata #51, and Mozart's Coronation Mass. She has performed the roles of "Yum Yum" in Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado and "Laurie" in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! as well as "Lucy" in Menotti's The Telephone and "Annina" in Verdi's La Traviata.
While pursuing her degree with the Royal Conservatory, Toronto, she was awarded the gold medal in Voice Performance for 1997. Ms. Wettstein has studied under various vocal teachers including Ms. April Cantelo in England, Ms. Bernadette Greevy in Ireland, and Dr. Linda Poetschke in San Antonio.
A music instructor since 1991, Gail and her husband, Rick Wettstein, are residents of San Antonio and are the parents of three children.