Anna Stegmann

Historical Performance - Renaissance consort and contemporary repertoire

Passionate advocate of both early and contemporary recorder music

Active performer in both ensemble and solo repertoire

Anna has been praised as ‘fervid musician’ who performs on ‘the highest musical and technical level’ (Susanne Schulte, GWK Münster, 2007); she ‘loves the stage and her instrument and feels the music until the tip of her toes’ (Stadsnieuws Tilburg 2011).

She is a passionate performer of early and contemporary recorder music and is an active member in Ensembles such as Ensemble Odyssee, The Royal Wind Music and trio KAZE, with which she extensively tours Europe and North America. With these Ensembles and as a soloist she has recorded CDs with Pan Classics, Lindoro and Mieroprint.

Alongside her activities as an active performer, she regularly is invited to give workshops and masterclasses, and to join competition juries. In September 2014 she joined the staff of the Royal Academy of Music, where she gives regular lessons and classes in renaissance consort and contemporary repertoire and techniques.

Anna has won prizes in competitions including the International Van Wassenaer Concours, 11th Competition for Contemporary Chamber Music in Cracow, the Montreal Recorder Competition, the LINKPRIJS and the GWK–Young Artist Award. In 2014 she was a finalist of the prestigious Victor Elmaleh Competition of the Concert Artist Guild in New York, USA. She was granted scholarships by the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben in 2008 and 2009 to support her studies in Amsterdam and received a scholarship from the Dutch Instruemntesfonds of the Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds in 2012.

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