Anna Snow studied Music at the University of York, where she also completed an MA in Vocal Studies under renowned tenor, John Potter and continued to explore contemporary vocal works under the tuition of Linda Hirst.
Outside her work with juice, Anna recorded Tansy Davies’ “Troubairitz” for soprano and percussion (“Troubairitz” album, Nonclassical, 2011) and has performed the songs live in a number of places including Aldeburgh’s Snape Maltings and London’s LSO St. Luke’s. The album was shortlisted for an Independent Music Award in 2012.
Now living in York, Anna has worked for a number of organisations and institutions in and around Yorkshire, including being a Creative Practitioner for students at Leeds College of Music, working as Music Leader on numerous projects for NYMAZ (North Yorkshire Music Action Zone) and working with disabled people for Accessible Arts and Media, for whom she leads their inclusive singing and signing choir for young people with or without disabilities. Anna recently co-founded Songwires, a weekend singing course for Primary-aged children in the York and North Yorkshire areas, with the aim of giving lots of young children the chance to have lots of fun singing and to perform together in a concert venue outside the school hall.