Anne Le Bozec is Professor of Vocal Accompaniment at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Paris and has rapidly established herself as one of the leading pianists and accompanists of her generation, playing with major artists in recital and chamber music in many countries of Europe, America and Asia.
After she graduated from the CNSM de Paris in piano, vocal accompaniment and chamber music, she proceeded to Hartmut Höll’s renowned Lieder Diploma in Karlsruhe, and soon was to inaugurate the first class of French Melodies in a German Hochschule. Alongside bursaries from French, German and European Foundations, she won major prizes in international competitions for solo piano, Lied and chamber music; among them the Schubert und die Moderne Wettbewerb Graz (Austria), the Concours Nadia and Lili Boulanger Competition (France) and the Hugo Wolf Wettbewerb (Germany).
Among her recordings of vocal and instrumental chamber music, songs by Schubert, Mahler, Wolf, Duparc, Chopin, Szymanowski, Brahms, as well as the complete Beethoven and Fauré cello sonatas with the distinguished French cellist Alain Meunier have attracted critical acclaim. She played a whole Shakespeare album with mezzo-soprano Isabelle Druet in 2016 (Shakespeare year). Six CD’s feature pieces from and around the First World War.
2020 has started with a well acclamed recording of Fauré’s songs with baritone Marc Mauillon by Harmonia Mundi; the complete recording of Britten’s Canticles followed by NoMadMusic, with tenor Cyrille Dubois among the artistic team. To be released in 2021: russian flute repertoire with long time fellow Sandrine Tilly, and French cello sonatas with Alain Meunier.
Anne Le Bozec is teaching all over the world French song, German lied, vocal accompaniment and chamber music in masterclass. She shares with Alain Meunier the artistic direction of the French chamber music festival Fêtes Musicales de l’Aubrac.
18-19 January 2021
Hahn, Caplet, Ropartz, Nadia & Lili Boulanger