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Anne Grimm

Known for her “expressive technique” and “dramatic presence”, Anne Grimm has performed throughout Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand in concert, opera and recital. Ms. Grimm has toured extensively with Ton Koopman and the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra (Ambronay, Salzburg Festival) as well as with the Amsterdamse Bachsolisten under Roy Goodman (Het Concertgebouw) and The Netherlands Bachvereniging. She has also appeared with Christophe Rousset and Massimo Zanetti as well as at the Halle Handel Festspiele and Potsdam Festival Sanssouci. Other highlights have included touring with Frans Bruggen and the Orchestra of the 18th Century in Rameau’s “Les Indes Galante”, performing under Rozhdestvensky with the Rotterdam Philharmonic in Montemezzi’s “L’amore de tre Re” as well as singing with the Netherlands Opera, National Reisopera and at the Holland Festival in productions of Purcell’s “King Arthur” and “Fairy Queen”. Recognized for her performances of contemporary music, Ms. Grimm has toured with the Aventa Ensemble to Calgary, Montreal and New York City performing works of Saariaho, Gonneville and Steen-Andersen as well as opening the Adelaide Festival in Australia as Marilyn Monroe in Gavin Bryars’ chamber opera, “Marilyn Forever”. Other performances have included Christopher Butterfield’s “Contes pour enfants pas sage” with Continuum in Toronto as well as performing music of Gavin Bryars for the Victoria Symphony. Other past performances have included programs with Seattle based Pacific Music Works under Stephen Stubbs, Tanglewood Festival, the National Arts Center Orchestra under Pinchas Zuckerman, Toronto’s Tafelmusik, Toronto Masque Theater, Pacific Opera Victoria and with the Pacific Baroque Orchestra under Marc Destrube. She has also sung with Apollo’s Fire in Cleveland, with The Bach Choir of Bethlehem and at the Ojai Festival in California. Ms. Grimm has recorded for Erato, NM Classics, Vanguard Classics, Troubadisc, Sony and for Harmonia Mundi France and is on faculty at the University of Victoria’s School of Music. 

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