anne marshall





South African born pianist Anne Marshall has established herself as a leading accompanist, previously based in south east England.


In recent years Anne has accompanied a number of distinguished artists including Karl-Heinz Schutz – solo principal flute of the Vienna State Opera Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Samuel Coles - principal flute of the London Philharmonia Orchestra, Lorna McGhee - principal flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Stefan Hoskuldsson - principal flute of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Joanna Westers – violinist Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Katherine Baker – principal flute Royal Opera House Orchestra, Maxence Larrieu, Julie Stewart-Lafin and Marina Piccinini.


Anne has also regularly accompanied Sir James Galway. She has appeared with him in concert at the Adams Flute Festival in The Netherlands, Sherborne Abbey Festival in the UK, the Slovenian Flute Festival, Koerner Hall Toronto, Adrian Boult Hall Birmingham and St John Smith Square London as part of the Gramophone Magazine Awards Ceremony. Anne has appeared numerous times live on the BBC Radio 3 program “In Tune” accompanying Sir James Galway.


Anne has accompanied various flute festivals including the Galway Flute Conventions in Atlanta USA, Weggis Switzerland and Cape Town South Africa, Trevor Wye’s Flute Course in Cheltenham, the Canadian Flute Convention in Toronto and the Whole Musician courses in both London and Toronto.


Anne has a Postgraduate Diploma from the Royal College of Music in Advanced Performance, with accompaniment as principal study, where her teachers were Andrew Ball and Roger Vignoles. She was a recipient of an Associated Board Scholarship, and received bursaries from both the Ernest Oppenheimer Memorial Trust and the Apollo Music Trust going on to become an Accompanist Junior Fellow at the Royal College of Music, supported by the Anthony Saltmarsh Trust. Previous studies include a Masters degree in performing arts from Pretoria University, studying under Professor Joseph Stanford.  Anne obtained licentiates from the University of South Africa (UNISA) in chamber music and in performance as well as winning the SAMRO/UNISA/Brenda Rein Overseas Music Scholarship (chamber music). 


Before moving to Bermuda Anne was a Performance Coach for music scholar students and Visiting Teacher of Piano for advanced students at Benenden School for Girls in Kent, United Kingdom.