Anna Larsson (alto) trained at the Opera Academy in Stockholm, and made her debut in 1995. Anna Larsson has made a remarkably quick impact, especially as an oratorio singer. She has sung Des Knaben Wunderhorn with Peter Mattei and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Okku Kamu, in Sweden and on tour in Britain; the contralto part in Brahms' Alto Rhapsody with the Oslo Philharmonic conducted by Paavo Berglund; she has performed as a soloist in Mahler's Second Symphony with the Berlin Philharmonic and Claudio Abbado, and in Sweden as a soloist in Mahler's Third Symphony with the Stockholm Philharmonic. She will be meeting Abbado and the Berlin Philharmonic again in the spring of 1998, when she is to sing Brahms? Alto Rhapsody in a live TV broadcast. In the spring of 1996, with the Danish Radio Sinfonietta, she recorded Lieder by Schubert and Brahms arranged by Max Reger.