Anne le Bozec
Recipient of three first-place piano, chamber music and vocal accompaniment prizes at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) as well as at the Konzertexamen de Lied in Karlsruhe; the laureate of numerous international competitions (including the Wolf/Stuttgart, Nadia Boulanger/Paris, and Schubert und die Moderne/Graz competitions), Anne le Bozec has crossed paths with numerous musicians who have been defining influences: Théodore Paraskivesco, Hartmut Höll, Leonard Hokanson, Anne Grappotte, Tabea Zimmermann, Gundula Janowitz, and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.
She makes music with Marc Mauillon, Sabine Devieilhe, Isabelle Druet, Cyrille Dubois, Sunhae Im, Ute Döring, Christian Immler, Didier Henry, Françoise Masset, Hélène Collerette, Olivia Hughes, Alain Meunier, Christian Ivaldi and many others. She has performed in the most intimate venues and some of the world’s top concert halls, including stages across Paris, the Opéra royal de Versailles, the Rheingau Musik Festival, the Musikverein Wien, the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Palau de la musica Barcelona, the Philharmonics of Cologne, Hamburg, Luxembourg, the Seoul Art Center, and many more. She has released numerous critically acclaimed albums dedicated to Lied (Schubert, Wolf, Duparc, Szymanowski, Chopin, Brahms) and to chamber music, including the full set of Beethoven’s sonatas for cello and piano with Alain Meunier. She has also made four recordings of previously unreleased work in the collection Musiciens et la Grande Guerre on the Hortus label.
A professor of vocal accompaniment at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) since 2005, she co-directs the only German class on French melody. She has taught masterclasses around the world.