Australian pianist Anne Veinberg (1986) is a versatile pianist, encompassing repertoire of a wide range of stylistic inﬂuences.
She completed her Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Melbourne, and her Master of Music degree at the Conservatory of Amsterdam.
Anne has performed in Australia and Europe, as recital and concerto soloist, improvisor, as a chamber-music and large ensemble player.
She was the winner of the “Grachten-festival” music competition in the Netherlands in 2009.
She regularly collaborates with composers, commissioning and premiering new works.
Australian pianist Anne Veinberg (1986) is one of the most versatile pianists of her generation, currently based in the Netherlands. Her repertoire encompasses a wide range of stylistic influences, from classical repertoire to electro-acoustic and interdisciplinary
works. Anne has been soloist with The Queensland Orchestra and The National Capital Orchestra among others. She has performed in Australia, The Netherlands, Canada, United Kingdom and France, in venues such as De Doelen, Feliz Meritis, Muziekgebouw
aan ‘t Ij, Wigmore Hall, Banff Arts Centre and the Sydney Opera House. She has also
been broadcasted on radio and television on various occasions. As an active contributor to the contemporary music scene, Anne regularly collaborates with composers. She has worked with a.o. Wim Hendrickx, Jorrit Tamminga, Michael Young
and gave premieres of works by a.o. Felipe Ignacio Noriega, Andys Skordis, Lorenzo Alvaro and Charlie Sdraulig.
In 2010, Anne gave the premiere of Jos Zwaanenburg’s “oo” for piano, voice (with Lore Binon) and live electronics. This further inspired her to explore the combination of piano and electronics, writing her Master’s thesis on the art of performing on piano with live
electronics, and leading to her latest project, Keys & Cables. In 2011, through the “klanktheater”, Anne commissioned and premiered “as i hear it”; a music theatre piece by Anthony Dunstan. Her music theater show, The Piano and Me, incorporating this work and both standard and less standard piano repertoire was performed in the Grachten Festival 2012.
Anne was the winner of the Grachten Festival Conservatory Concours 2009, keyboard finalist in the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Young Performers Award 2008 and semi-finalist in the 2011 Gaudeamus Interpreters Prize, amongst others. She has
been supported by the J Vonks Fond, Australian Music Foundation, the Donovan Johnson Scholarship, FW Homeward Memorial Scholarship and held a full fee faculty merit scholarship for the duration of her undergraduate studies at the Melbourne Conservatorium, University of Melbourne. Anne is a former student of Daniel Herskovitch and Ronald Farren Price, and is currently in the final stage of her Masters at the Conservatorium of Amsterdam where she follows electronic subjects with Jos Zwaanenbrug and is a piano student of David Kuyken.
In de Geelvinck Salon van zondag 4 mei 2014, treedt Anne Veinberg op samen met de klarinettiste Mor Levin met het programma ‘Between Despair and Hope’.
Op zondag 18 januari treedt Anne Veinberg op samen met klarinettisten Mor Levin met het programma: Muzikale Tradities uit Slavische Landen: van Klassiek tot Yiddish en jazz.