Passionate about singing, Anne Cambier began her studies with Zeger Vandersteene and Paule Daloze. She then completed her musical education at London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama with Noëlle Barker. After taking part in the 1996 Queen Elisabeth Music Competition she was invited by several Belgian orchestras and performed under such conductors as Christopher Hogwood, Antonio Pappano, Seiji Ozawa, Reinhard Goebel, Paul Goodwin, Paul Dombrecht et Georges-Elie Octors. She also made her début at La Monnaie in Brussels. <br /> Her various recordings – “Mozart Lieder”, “Henry Purcell Songs”, “Marie-Antoinette et ses Airs”, “Haydn Lieder”, “Henry Du Mont: Louez par des Chansons Nouvelles”, “Kosegarten”, F. Schubert, Dirk Brossé’s “Juanelo”, “Nieuwe Muziek in Vlaanderen” – have been acclaimed by music critics. Anne Cambier is regularly asked to sing with Baroque orchestras such as Musica Antiqua Köln, Les Agrémens, Il Fondamento, The Academy of Ancient Music and La Petite Bande. <br /> For her large lied repertoire, she works with accompanists such as Maiko Inoue, Jan Vermeulen, Levente Kende, Sophie Hallynck and Peter Van de Velde. Other projects are already underway with Hans Peter Janssens, the Ensemble Quartz and Michel Bisceglia, who will conduct her project with Gabriel Ríos. <br /> Anne Cambier teaches at the “School of Arts” of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Antwerp.