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ANNETTE L. SIMONSEN

Annette L. Simonsen, mezzo-soprano, studied at the University of Copenhagen and the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen, followed by further studies in London and Seattle. Annette L. Simonsen is a member of the Danish National Radio Choir and has an extensive concert schedule as an oratorio and Lied singer. She frequently appears as a soloist with the Danish symphony orchestras and ensembles, and has sung first performances of many contemporary works. Annette L. Simonsen is a regular visiting soloist in Sweden, Norway, Germany, England, Switzerland and the USA. She has appeared on several CD recordings.


Albums featuring this artist are available for download from ClassicsOnline.com
Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
KUNZEN: Holger Danske Dacapo
8.224036-37
Opera
LANGGAARD: Chamber Music Dacapo
8.224139
Chamber Music
MAEGAARD: Chamber Music Dacapo
8.224050
Chamber Music





 
 
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