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Anthea Pichanick

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Anthea Pichanick started her musical education as a violinist at the age of 8, at the Aix-en-Provence Conservatory of Music. Some years later, she received her diploma in violin, chamber music and music education. As a lover of opera singing, she then moved to Lyon to continue her education, where she studied musicology at the University of Lyon, as well as opera singing at the ENM in Villeurbane under Catherine Maerten.

In 2008 she was admitted to the Conservatoire de Musique de Genève. In 2011 she took part in the Erasmus exchange project, which allowed her to work with Maestro Leonardo de Lisi and Vitalbo Mosca at the Conservatory of Music in Florence, Italy. She then received her Bachelor of Arts diploma in singing and joined the CNSMD in Lyon for her Masters studies. There, she was studying in the singing class of Brian Parsons, which she graduated with honours in 2013.

Currently Anthea Pichanick works under Cécile de Boever (France) and Susan Mc Culloch (UK), sings with various choirs, including the Britten choir (N. Corti) and Calliope ensemble (R. Theodoresco). She also participates in many master classes, mainly conducted by A. Garichot, M. Bayo, C. Immler and F. Le Roux.

She debuted in the role of a Witch in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas at the Théâtre de la Croix-Rousse in Lyon, under the baton of Sébastien d’Hérin with his ensemble - Les Nouveaux Caractères. In September 2014 she won the 3rd place at the Froville International Baroque Singing Competiton. The next year, she got to the semi-final of the Montserrat Caballé International Singing Competition in Saragossa and won the International Cesti Voice Competition in Innsbruck.

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