Subscribe to Dacapo's newsletter

Anne Marie Granau

conductor
Anne Marie Granau © Jeanette Philipsen

The 2014 recipient of the Grethe Kolbe Mindelegat, Anne Marie Granau shows a solid reputation as a conductor of considerable versatility in a wide range of repertoire. Being a keen exponent of contemporary music, she conducted the St Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic in the world premiere of Karsten Fundal’s Harp Concerto early in her career. With OPERANORD and the Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen, Anne Marie Granau co-conducted (with Hannu Lintu) the world premiere of Jovanka Trbojevic’ opera Heart in a Plastic Bag. She further conducted the Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen in the Ice Breaker project and appeared with the ensemble at the Cannes Festival in 2009. She was subsequently invited to take up the position of assistant conductor at the Royal Opera House in Copenhagen, a position she held from 2010-2014. Anne Marie Granau has worked with some of the best ensembles and orchestras in Denmark, such as the Royal Danish Orchestra, Danish National Opera, South Denmark Philharmonic, Danish Chamber Orchestra, Concerto Copenhagen, Ensemble Storstrøm, Esbjerg Ensemble, Ars Nova Copenhagen and the Danish National Vocal Ensemble.

  • Kasper Rofelt

    Dichotomy