Anne Allen is an experienced and award winning professional flautist who excels as both a soloist, ensemble and orchestral player.
Anne quickly became recognised as an exciting young flutist, graduating from Cambridge University and the Royal Northern College of Music with Distinction. She has played in many major UK venues and abroad in Europe, the Far East, Africa, Russia and South America. Anne has performed solo concerti with orchestras including the BBC Concert Orchestra has also performed on Radio 2, Radio 3, Classic FM, BBC TV and Sky TV and various film soundtracks.
Anne enjoys the lighter side of music making, taking great pleasure in playing for shows and providing entertainment for a variety of occasions and events across the UK. Her clients have included members of the Royal Family, the British Olympic Committee in Singapore, David & Victoria Beckham and Sting.
Having spent a great deal of time recovering from a bone tumour, a highly valued side to Anne’s career is performing for the charity Music In Hospitals which provides entertainment to the ill and elderly within the community.
Anne plays on a Louis Lot flute, built in Paris in 1871 by Louis Lot himself.
“A joy to listen to. Clear and clean solos and bravura cadenzas… a delightful performance, with an experienced soloist.” Bridport Newspaper review, Mozart Concerto in D.
“Anne played the flute with sweet clairty.” The Times
“Anne brought joy and calmness to the ward. An amazing performance.” The Princess Royal Hospital.
1. All I Ask Of You – Andrew Lloyd Webber
2. Ave Maria – J.S. Bach / C. Gounod
3. Be My Love – Nicholas Brodzsky
4. Dance – Charles Matthews
5. The Dance of the Blessed Spirits – Christolph Gluck
6. Romance – Robert Schumann
7. Andante – Johann Sebastian Bach
8. Gentle Dreams – Dave Heath
9. La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin – Claude Debussy
10. Sonatina mvmt 2 – Pál Járdányi
11. Love Changes Everything – Andrew Lloyd Webber
12. Love Song – Charles Matthews
13. Days of Wine & Roses / Charade / Moon River – H. Mancini / J. Mercer
14. Morceau de Concours – Gabriel Fauré
15. Sault d’Amour – Edward Elgar
16. Softly Awake My Heart – Camille Saint-Saëns
17. Summertime – George Gershwin
18. The Swan – Camille Saint-Saëns
19. Largo – George Philipp Telemann
20. My Heart Will Go On – James Horner