Swedish mezzo-soprano Anna Grevelius studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and was later accepted to the Benjamin Britten International Opera School at Royal College of Music, as a Sir Thomas Allen Scholar. She then joined the National Opera Studio for the 2006/07 season. In concert, she has performed Bruckner’s Te Deum under Bernard Haitink, Elijah at the 2009 Bach Festival Leipzig with Leon Botstein and the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Rossini’s cantata Giovanna d’Arco at the Brighton Festival, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with the Manchester Camerata and Douglas Boyd, The Magic Flute at the Salzburg Mozartwochen; she has also performed with the English Chamber Orchestra and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.
A gifted recitalist, Anna has recently appeared at London ‘s King’s Place, in Cambridge , Santiago de Compostela, with Roger Vignoles at the Oxford Lieder and the Brighton Festivals and with Julius Drake at London ‘s Middle Temple and Wigmore Hall. She is featured on the latest two volumes of Mendelssohn songs for Hyperion Records with pianist Eugene Asti, and on two live recordings of Wolf songs from the Oxford Lieder Festival.
Anna was also the winner of the 2004 Gerald Moore Award’s Singer’s Prize and the 2006 RCM Lies Askonas Competition. She is also the recipient of the ‘Prix Gabriel Dussurget 2009’, awarded by the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence.