(b.1989) graduated from the soloist class October 2017 after studying 8 years with professor Ulrik Spang-Hanssen and cathedral organist Kristian Krogsøe at the Royal Academy of Music Aarhus. In 2014 she was admitted soloist class with the highest grade. Since 2014 she has also been the organist of Sct. Marie Church in Sønderborg, Denmark, including the cantor position for the concert choir of the church, and furthermore she is also teaching at the MGK (a music school preparing for the conservatory).
In spring 2016 she studied one semester in Paris with professor Eric Lebrun at the Conservatoire de Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, and she also participated in several master classes with among others Ludger Lohmann, Christoph Schöner, Anders Johnson, Winfried Bönig, Bjørn Andor Drage and Michele Croese.
Anne has played concerts In Sweden, Germany, France, Italy and Switzerland and appeared on continuo with the Symphony Orchestra of Southern Denmark. Moreover she functions in different chamber ensembles, currently especially a duo for trumpet and organ with Sidsel Lund and another duo for soprano and organ with Julie MeeRa Albertsen, which can be heard continually in the Danish churches.
Constitutional chairman of Sønderborg Musikråd (Sønderborg Music Council)
Graduated from the soloist class at the Royal Academy of Music Aarhus
Studies one semester in Paris with professor Eric Lebrun at the Conservatoire de Saint-Maur-des-Fossés
Continuo on Händels Messias with Sønderjyllands Symfoniorkester conducted by Stephen Layton
2014 14. december
Debut as conductor for the concert choir of Sct. Marie Church
2014 1. oktober
Apponted organist at Sct. Marie Church, Sønderborg, Denmark
Admitted at the solist class at RAMA with highest grade
Master exam cand.musicae with highest grade in organ and the concert project "Faustkoncerter"
Studied at RAMA with professor Ulrik Spang-Hanssen, cathedral organist Kristian Krogsøe og composer Morten Ladehoff and continuously studies in Paris with professor Eric Lebrun
Master exam in choir conducting with highest grade. Studied at RAMA with docent Søren Kinch Hansen and cathedral cantor Carsten Seyer Hansen
Bachelor exam concerts and an essay about Max Reger with highest grade in organ, conducting and piano
Was awarded with the Masonic Lodge of Aabenraas Art and Culture Prize including the scholarship of 12.000 dkkr. from Kjeld og Vera Schmidts Mindefond
Participated in a number of master classes in eg Köln, Paris and Leipzig
Admitted at the Royal Academy of Music Aarhus (RAMA)
Preparing studies at the Music Academy in Sønderborg with organist Jørgen Kaad
Piano lessons with pianist Hanne Müller-Koch