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Grevelius, Anna (mezzo-soprano)
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Anna Grevelius (mezzo-soprano)

Swedish mezzo-soprano Anna Grevelius studied at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London with Laura Sarti and was later accepted to the Benjamin Britten International Opera School at the Royal College of Music, as a Sir Thomas Allen Scholar, studying with Lillian Watson. She then joined the National Opera Studio for the 2006/07 season. She was the winner of the 2004 Gerald Moore Award’s Singer’s Prize, the 2006 RCM Lies Askonas Competition and received the ‘Prix Gabriel Dussurget 2009’ at the Festival Aix-en-Provence. She has sung numerous operatic roles at the Royal College and English National Opera, including Rosina in The Barber of Seville at ENO, which won outstanding reviews.

'Mendelssohn: Songs and Duets, Vol. 4' (CDA67739)
Mendelssohn: Songs and Duets, Vol. 4
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'Mendelssohn: Songs and Duets, Vol. 5' (CDA67753)
Mendelssohn: Songs and Duets, Vol. 5
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Ach! wer bringt die schönen Tage  First line to Erster Verlust, No 1 of Six Songs, Op 99 (Mendelssohn)
Auf, schicke dich  First line to Weihnachtslied (Mendelssohn)
Ave Maria (Mendelssohn)
Ave Maria! Jungfrau mild  First line to Ave Maria (Mendelssohn)
Das Waldschloss (Mendelssohn)
Er ist zerbrochen, der schönste Krug  First line to Faunenklage (Mendelssohn)
Erster Verlust  No 1 of Six Songs, Op 99 (Mendelssohn)
Es ist bestimmt in Gottes Rat'  First line to Volkslied, No 4 of Six Songs, Op 47 (Mendelssohn)
Faunenklage (Mendelssohn)
Glosse (Mendelssohn)
Ich flocht’ ein Kränzlein schöner Lieder  First line to Lieben und Schweigen (Mendelssohn)
Lieben und Schweigen (Mendelssohn)
Mitleidsworte, Trostesgründe  First line to Glosse (Mendelssohn)
Raste, Krieger! Krieg ist aus (Mendelssohn)
Seltsam, Mutter, geht es mir (Mendelssohn)
Six Songs, Op 47 (Mendelssohn)
Six Songs, Op 99 (Mendelssohn)
So schlaf in Ruh! (Mendelssohn)
Tanzt dem schönen Mai entgegen (Mendelssohn)
Volkslied  No 4 of Six Songs, Op 47 (Mendelssohn)
Weihnachtslied (Mendelssohn)
Wo noch kein Wand'rer gegangen  First line to Das Waldschloss (Mendelssohn)
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