Anne Chasseur a half-hour organ concert with works by Bach, Marchand, Scarlatti and Vivaldi.
Anne Chasseur studied at the Conservatoire de Luxembourg and the Conservatoire de Lausanne, from which she graduated with a first prize in piano performance, first prize with distinction in organ performance and chamber music, and a master's degree in organ.
For several years, Anne Chasseur was an active participant in the courses of the great Parisian master Jean Guillou at the Tonhalle in Zurich. These encounters had a decisive influence on her understanding of music. They helped the performer to discover the organ as a concert instrument and to develop a vision for music interpretation off the beaten track.
Anne Chasseur is regularly invited to concerts and festivals in Switzerland and abroad, where she performs as a soloist and ensemble musician. Her repertoire includes primarily music of the Baroque and Romantic periods. In addition to her activities as a concert organist, she is engaged in transcriptions of orchestral music for organ and is artistic director of the Salon de Musique in Cormoret in the Swiss Jura, which was founded by her husband.
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