ANNA ROSA MARI is a vibrant performer, sought after as a recitalist, chamber and orchestral musician. Her career has seen her perform at prestigious venues around the world including Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall, and concert halls across Europe and India. She has toured as soloist with the European Union Chamber Orchestra throughout Egypt and given classes at the Cairo Conservatoire of music.
Anna Rosa regularly gives solo recitals and collaborates with award winning chamber groups. She has performed throughout the UK to high critical acclaim, including the King’s Lynn Festival, where critics described her playing as “Enthralling… captivated the audience”. With a flair for contemporary music, she has performed with Manchester's Psappha and also received invitations to perform as soloist at the International Stockhausen Festival, the Onassis Cultural Centre and the Minimalist(s) Festival.
As an orchestral player, Anna Rosa has performed with leading orchestras, including BBC Philharmonic, The Hallé, and Manchester Camerata, and is an extra player with Ulster Orchestra and Malta Philharmonic. She has also held the position of Principal Flute with the Chamber Orchestra of the Greek National Opera in Athens.
Her interests span multiple musical genres, which has prompted her to embrace exciting experiences such as playing for West End tours, recording for pop artists and playing on baroque flute with period orchestras.
Anna Rosa is known for her inspiring teaching, for which she displays infinite passion and dedication. She teaches flute at Salford University and has been working closely with the Hallé Orchestra Education Programme for many years. She regularly leads creative workshops and performances in schools across the North of England with the orchestra.
Anna Rosa graduated from Royal Northern College of Music (MMus, BMus) with Distinction. A full scholarship from the Onassis Foundation and the RNCM supported her studies.
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