Anne Wolf

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Anne Wolf (born May 31, 1967 in Brussels ) is a Belgian jazz musician ( piano , composition ).

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Wolf learned classical piano from the age of nine. In the mid-1980s she went to the Royal Conservatory in Brussels , where she studied music theory , music analysis, harmony and later jazz piano with Charles Loos and Eric Legnini .

Wolf was already active as a professional musician during his studies, not only in jazz, but also in pop music . After her studies she founded a trio and released her first album Amazone in 2001 . In addition to her trio, she also played in the groups of Pierre Van Dormael and Charles Loos. In 2002 she received the Belgian Django d'Or as a “new talent”. In 2010 the second record of her trio was released, which she now formed with her husband, the Dutch double bass player Theo de Jong , and the percussionist Janco van der Kaaden. With the quartet Wolf in the Woods (with Stefan Bracaval , Chris Joris and Sal La Rocca ) she presented the album Live at Jazz Station (2016). In 2019 she released the album Danse avec les Anges on Igloo Records with her quartet, to which the cellist Sigrid Vandenbogaerde belonged . Wolf can still be heard on albums by Parfum Latin , Sttellla and Cheiro de Choro .

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