Anna is currently residing in Brisbane, Australia, and is actively performing with the Queensland Pops Orchestra and her chamber ensemble, Les Trois Grâces. Her teaching studio specialises in tertiary preparation and educating students in the celebrated French Flute School method.
Born in Brisbane, Anna graduated her Bachelor of Music from the University of Queensland with First Class Honours. During her undergraduate years, Anna performed as Principal Flute with the Queensland Youth Symphony and University of Queensland Symphony Orchestra. She received the Queensland Flute Society’s James Carson Memorial Prize in 2015 and was presented the Woodwind Award in the Australian Concerto Conpetiton in 2016. In 2017, Anna was invited to join the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) in Melbourne to commence the Professional Performance Program for Flute under the tutelage of Virginia Taylor.
Anna has performed with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Australian World Orchestra, and the Queensland Pops Orchestra. She was appointed as a Next Gen Artist with the Southern Cross Soloists (2014-2016), which saw her perform at the QPAC Concert Hall, Bangalow Music Festivals and Noosa Music Festival.
As an educator, Anna was employed by Musica Viva In Schools and Arcadia Winds to present a series of primary school concerts in Metropolitan and Rural New South Wales. She currently teaches privately from her home studio in inner-city Brisbane.
This year she is delighted to present a three-part concert series with her trio, Les Trois Grâces, featuring Ellie Harrison (viola) and Linley Chai.
For upcoming events, please refer here