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© Anna Scott

Anna Scott

Dr. Anna Scott is a Canadian pianist-researcher who specializes in 19th-century musical performance practices, with a broader interest in radical alternatives to, and the wider cultural-political significance of, how we currently play, hear, and understand canonic classical music repertoires and composers.


An active pianist known for her startling performances of 19th-century solo, chamber, lied and orchestral repertoires ranging from Schubert to Debussy, Anna also supervises several ongoing practice-led PhD projects at Leiden University’s Academy of Creative and Performing Arts (ACPA), including but not limited to projects dealing with early recordings, historical performance, performance change over time, and radical performance alternatives.

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