Day 4 | Recorder31
We're delighted to share two performances for you today by international recorder player Anna Stegmann. As it's bass week, Anna has chosen her performance of Isang Yun's The Hermit at the Water. This piece can be played on any recorder but the bass recorder is suggested, and as we're sure you agree, is the perfect choice for this piece!
The second performance video is Anna's latest release. Enjoy her stunning performance of Jacob van Eyck's Fantasia and Echo!
You can view more of Anna's amazing performance videos and recitals on her website at https://www.anna-stegmann.com or on her YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGg2UbXgPfT7_xH6k9UM2ww.
About Anna Stegmann
Anna is a passionate performer and teacher of early and contemporary recorder music, teaching workshops and masterclasses throughout the year across Europe and beyond. She is the recorder professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she teaches a selected and enthusiastic group of the next generation of players. She is also a regular guest-teacher at the Royal Northern College of Music Junior Department and Wells Cathedral School.
Since 2013 Anna has co-organised the Open Recorder Days Amsterdam, a biennale event which has quickly grown into one of the biggest recorder events worldwide and brings together recorder amateurs and professionals alike from across the globe.
Anna regularly tours with her own ensemble Ensemble Odyssey and The Royal Wind Music. With these ensembles and as a soloist she has recorded CDs for the labels Glossa, Pan Classics, Lindoro and Mieroprint. Her recent album LUNARIS on GWK-RECORDS with violinist Jorge Jiménez is nominated for 4 Opus Klassik.
Anna began her journey as recorder player by taking private lessons with Gudula Rosa. Studies with Winfried Michel (Musikhoschchule Münster and Musikakademie Kassel) followed, before she finished her studies in Amsterdam, where she studied with Paul Leenhouts and a Master of Music with distinction in 2011.