Anneke Scott began her studies with Andrew Clark and Pip Eastop at The Royal Academy of Music, London. Having been awaded prestigious scholarships she furthered her study of period instruments firstly in France with Claude Maury, and then in Holland with Teunis van der Zwart. Since her graduation she has been in demand with ensembles in the UK and continental Europe. She is principal horn of Sir John Eliot Gardiner’s Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique and The English Baroque Soloists, Harry Christopher’s The Orchestra of the Sixteen and The Avison Ensemble and has frequently worked as principal horn with The Australian Chamber Orchestra, The English Concert, Europa Galante, Freiburg Baroque, The Early Opera Company, Concerto Caledonia and The Mahler Chamber Orchestra to name but a few. For many years she has had a keen in interest in chamber music leading to her becoming a founder member of The Etesian Ensemble. Through this ensemble she met the fortepianist Kathryn Cok with whom she formed a duo specialising in classical and romantic repertoire for horn and fortepiano. In recent years the duo has been selected as artists for Making Music (UK) and Oude Muziek Netwerk (Netherlands). In 2007 Anneke was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, an honour awarded to past students of the Academy who have distinguished themselves in the music profession and made a significant contribution to their field. “A remarkable musician, authority and expert on a notoriously tricky instrument, Anneke never forgets that performing is about communicating enjoyment and having the courage of one’s conviction. Concerts with Anneke are always a musical adventure!” (Andrew Manze). “In Anneke Scott we have a “natural” horn player in more ways than one. On an instrument which is perilous at the best of times her technique is such that one is aware only of intellect, musicianship and a glorious pallet of sound”. (Pavlo Beznosiuk). For more information please visit: www.annekescott.com.
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Sonatas for Horn and Fortepiano
Camilla Bellonci, Maximillian Jospeh Leidesdorf, Franz Joseph Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven, Nikolaus von Krufft
Anneke Scott / Kathryn Cok
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