Anne Trout, early music, Baroque bass, violone‚Ä®

Undergraduate studies Indiana University, University of Arizona, Albright College; B.A., Alvernia College; special studies Wellesley College, MIT; Orff/Schulwerk Certification. Private studies/masterclasses with bassists of Philadelphia Orchestra, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Chicago Symphony, New York Philharmonic. Viol classes with Laura Jeppesen, Mary Springfels, Laurence Dreyfus. Performances with Christopher Hogwood, Roger Norrington, William Christie, Andrew Parrott, Ton Koopman, Nicholas McGegan, Jane Glover, Bruno Weil, Julian Wachner, Christopher Jackson, REBEL, Montreal Bach Festival, Musicians of Aston Magna, Sarasa Ensemble, Tempesta di Mare, Foundling, Philharmonia Baroque, BEMF Orchestra, Emmanuel Music, Mostly Mozart, Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra, Washington Bach Consort, Opera Lafayette, Maryland Handel Festival, Tafelmusik. Principal bass: Handel & Haydn Society, Boston Bach Ensemble, Boston Baroque. Recordings: Musica Omnia, Avie, Hanssler Classics, Sony Classical, L'oiseaux-Lyre, Telarc, Harmonia Mundi, Centaur, Dorian, Erato. Faculty: Groton School, Boston College, Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras, New York State School of Orchestral Studies.

Email: anne.trout(at)longy.edu