Born into a franco-norwegian family, Anaïs started taking saxophone classes at the Luxembourg City Conservatory of Music at the age of eight. She continued her studies at the National Conservatory of the Metz Region, where she won the first prize for professional development in the classes of Christian Joyeux in 2008. She also took up advanced saxophone studies at the Maastricht Conservatory, as well as at the Royal Brussels Conservatory, where she was awarded a Master’s degree with distinction in Norbert Nozy’s classes in 2011.

Her regular participation in master classes, festivals and saxophone training courses, in particular at the European University of Saxophone in Gap, have enabled her to deepen her understanding considerably. She has had the pleasure of working with Claude Delangle, Vincent David, Philippe Braquart (F), Arno Bornkamp (NL) … She became oriented towards improvised music and has worked with Jean Halsdorf (L), Kris Defoort (B), Masataka Hirano (JAP) …

Since 2008 Anaïs has performed as a saxophonist and as a soloist in an orchestra both in Luxembourg (Actarts concerts of the Conservatory, lunchtime concerts of the City of Luxembourg, Op der Schmelz, Niederanven Cultural Centre, Neumünster Abbey) and abroad (Metz Arsenal, Brussels and Moscow). Born into a franco-norwegian family, Anaïs started taking saxophone classes at the Luxembourg City Conservatory of Music at the age of eight. She continued her studies at the National Conservatory of the Metz Region, where she won the first prize for professional development in the classes of Christian Joyeux in 2008. She also took up advanced saxophone studies at the Maastricht Conservatory, as well as at the Royal Brussels Conservatory, where she was awarded a Master’s degree with distinction in Norbert Nozy’s classes in 2011.

Her regular participation in master classes, festivals and saxophone training courses, in particular at the European University of Saxophone in Gap, have enabled her to deepen her understanding considerably. She has had the pleasure of working with Claude Delangle, Vincent David, Philippe Braquart (F), Arno Bornkamp (NL) … She became oriented towards improvised music and has worked with Jean Halsdorf (L), Kris Defoort (B), Masataka Hirano (JAP) …

Since 2008 Anaïs has performed as a saxophonist and as a soloist in an orchestra both in Luxembourg (Actarts concerts of the Conservatory, lunchtime concerts of the City of Luxembourg, Op der Schmelz, Niederanven Cultural Centre, Neumünster Abbey) and abroad (Metz Arsenal, Brussels and Moscow).

Then she decided to create an interactive musical and theatre project for children on the theme of migrant birds in Luxembourgish, Mam Xuff duech d’gëllen Kannerstuff…, in which she tries to introduce children to the saxophone, whilst encouraging them to be mindful towards animals and nature in general.

At the start of 2013 Anaïs released her first album, called Run, Sing and Fly, with her pianist Kae Shiraki, in which birds in all their forms are the common thread.
Anaïs teaches the saxophone at the Luxembourg Conservatory of Music since 2006, where she was appointed as a teacher in 2011.

Then she decided to create an interactive musical and theatre project for children on the theme of migrant birds in Luxembourgish, Mam Xuff duech d’gëllen Kannerstuff…, in which she tries to introduce children to the saxophone, whilst encouraging them to be mindful towards animals and nature in general.

At the start of 2013 Anaïs released her first album, called Run, Sing and Fly, with her pianist Kae Shiraki, in which birds in all their forms are the common thread.

Anaïs teaches the saxophone at the Luxembourg Conservatory of Music since 2006, where she was appointed as a teacher in 2011.