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Anneke Scott

Assistant Lecturer in Music Performance (Horn)


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Since her graduation from The Royal Academy of Music in 2000 she has been in demand with ensembles in the UK and continental Europe. She is principal horn of Sir John Eliot Gardiner’s Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique and The English Baroque Soloists, Harry Christopher’s The Orchestra of the Sixteen, Fabio Biondi's Europa Galante, ensemble Pygmalion, Irish Baroque Orchestra, The Dunedin Consort, The Kings Consort and Avison Ensemble as well as appearing regularly as a guest principal with orchestras and ensembles worldwide.

In addition to her orchestral work Anneke is an active chamber musician and soloist. Her debut disc, with fortepianist Kathryn Cok, of virtuosic music for natural horn and fortepiano from early nineteenth-century Vienna was released in June 2011 by Challenge Classics. She is also a founder member of ensembleF2 with whom she performed the Mozart Horn Quintet at London's Wigmore Hall in April 2009 and with whom she has recorded two discs featuring the solo and chamber music of Franz Danzi. In 2015 “Stolen Beauties”, a disc featuring Anneke alongside Australian ensemble Ironwood was released by ABC Classics - focusing on chamber music for the horn by Mozart or stolen from Mozart.

In 2010 Anneke was awarded a Gerard Finzi Travel Scholarship to undertake research in Paris in preparation for her recording of the Jacques-François Gallay Douze Grands Caprices on natural horn, released by Resonus Classics in October 2012. This was to form the first disc in a series of three, all featuring the works of Gallay. The second, with the natural horn ensemble Les Chevaliers de Saint Hubert, was released in 2013 with the third, featuring operatic fantasias with Steven Devine (piano) and Lucy Crowe (soprano) was released in Spring 2015.

Anneke's activities are not confined to period performance. She has performed the music of Ligeti with The London Sinfonietta, and can be heard on two albums with The Nigel Waddington Big Band. In 2013 she recorded John Croft's work ...une autre voix qui chante... for solo hand-horn, a work written especially for her.

In 2007 Anneke was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, an honour awarded to past students of the Academy who have distinguished themselves in the music profession and made a significant contribution to their field.

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2016 Jacques-François Gallay – Playing on the edge. In Allenbach, D. (ed.), Le Cor Chaussier (Edition Argus).
2015 Berlioz and the Horn. The Horn Player Magazine (publication of the British Horn Society) Sept, 2015, pp. 22–27. ’
2013 Measures to wynde the Horne’- early notational issues for the hunting-horn. The Consort: Journal of the Dolmetsch Foundation. Vol. 69 pp 20–39.
2012 Brahms and the Orchestral Horn: A Study in Inauthentic Performance. Historic Brass Society Journal. Vol 23 pp. 119– 133.
2011 Catalogue - Jacques-François Gallay, Sommaires de La Revue du Corniste (publication of the Association Française du Cor). Vol 101, pp. 28–33.



Significant recordings include:
2016 “Rhinemaidens: Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Wagner” (ensemble Pygmalion/Pichon), Harmonia Mundi
2016 "J.S. Bach: Christmas Oratorio” (Dunedin Consort/Butt), Linn.
2016 “Bach Mass in B minor” (English Baroque Soloists/Gardiner), SDG.
2016 Haydn 2032 / Volume 3 “Solo e pensoso” (Il Giardino Armonico/Antonini), Alpha.
2015 “Mozart: Stolen Beauties”, Mozart, Punto, Puzzi, M.Haydn, (Ironwood Chamber Ensemble). ABC Classics.
2015 Vol. II Danzi: chamber music for piano and winds, (ensembleF2), including the Op.44 Horn Sonata. Devine Music.
2015 “Songs of Love, War and Melancholy”: the opera fantasias of Jacques-François Gallay. Resonus Classics.
2015 The Saxon Alternative: Telemann Music for Wind Band (Syrinx), Resonus Classics.
2014 Vol. I Danzi: chamber music for piano and winds, (ensembleF2), including the Op.28 Horn Sonata. Devine Music.
2014 Haydn 2032 / Volume 1 "La Passione" (Il Giardino Armonico/Antonini), Alpha.
2013 Jacques-François Gallay: Chamber music for natural horn ensemble (Les Chevaliers de Saint Hubert). Resonus Classics.
2013 Voices from the past Vol 1: horn. Instruments of the Bate Collection, Oxford. Classical Communications.
2013 Vivaldi: Concerti per l’orchestra di Dresda (Les Ambassadeurs, Kossenko), Alpha
2013 "I was Glad: Sacred music of Stanford and Parry” (Kings Consort, King), Vivat.
2013 Birth of the symphony: Handel to Haydn (Academy of Ancient Music, Egar), AAM.
2012 Préludes, Caprices, Fantasies – Concerts Cachés. Solo works by Jacques-François Gallay. Resonus Classics.
2012 Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem (Orchestra Révolutionnaire et Romantique, Gardiner), SDG
2011 Sonatas for horn and fortepiano – Krufft, Beethoven, Haydn, Leidesdorf/Bellonci (with fortepianist Kathryn​​ Cok). Challenge Classics.
2010 Brahms: Symphony No.4 (Orchestra Révolutionnaire et Romantique, Gardiner), SDG
2009 Brahms: Symphony No.3 (Orchestra Révolutionnaire et Romantique, Gardiner), SDG
2008 Brahms: Symphony No.2 (Orchestra Révolutionnaire et Romantique, Gardiner), SDG
2008 Brahms: Symphony No.1 (Orchestra Révolutionnaire et Romantique, Gardiner), SDG

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