Manifestations
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1   Link   Davos festival
Recital of spanish music and recital of Grieg's "Lieder" with the pianist Alexis Delgado directed by Thomas Demenga.
2   Link   Aldeburgh Festival
Concert of Bach's kantatas and extracts of Purcell's "The Fairy Queen" conducted byLaurence Cummings and directed by Michael Chance.
3   Link   Porta Ferrada International festival
Concert of songs and arias by Purcell conducted by Jordi Savall.
4   Link   Champéry "Flâneries Musicales" festival
Recital of songs by Fauré, Wolf, Ginastera and Lorca with the pianist Alexis Delgado.
5   Link   Lauenen Chamber Music Festival
Concerts with Maria-Joao Pires, Dimitri Ashkenazy, Jeremy Menuhin, Philippe Huttenlocher, Joji Hattori, Leonardo García-Alarcón and Piotr Anderszewski.
6   Link   Segovia international festival
Anouschka in the characters of La Musica, Ninfa and Proserpina in Monteverdi's opera "L'Orfeo" conducted by Canco López and directed by Guillermo Amaya.
7   Link   Aix en Provence festival
Anouschka in the character of Ninfa in Monteverdi's opera "L'Orfeo" with the Concerto Vocale conducted by René Jacobs and directed by Trisha Brown at the "Théâtre de L'Archevêché".
8   Link   Marais Symphony
Soloist for several recitals and for the creation of Lully's opera "Le Ballet des Arts" directed by Vincent Tavernier and choreographed by Marie-Genevieve Masse with her dance company L'Eventail.
9   Link   Sablé Festival
Anouschka sung the roles of La Felicite, Thetis and Diane in Lully's opera "Le Ballet des Arts" conducted by Hugo Reyne (La Simphonie du Marais), directed by Vincent Tavernier and choreographed by Maris-Genevieve Masse (L'Eventail).
10   Link   Ambronay's cultural meeting place
Soloist for the concert "Chant d'amour,fureur,larmes" with the Ensemble Elyma conducted by Gabriel Garrido for the Ambronay Festival (France)
11   Link   Versaille's Baroque music center
Anouschka sung the roles of La Felicite, Thetis and Diane in Lully's opera "Le Ballet des Arts" conducted by Hugo Reyne (La Simphonie du Marais), directed by Vincent Tavernier and choreographed by Maris-Genevieve Masse (L'Eventail) for the opening of the "Grandes Journées Lully" at the Versailles Festival.
12   Link   Worshipful Company of Musicians
After winning the "Worshipful Company of Musicians competition" she did her debut at the "Wigmore Hall" with the pianist Alexis Delgado.