Anna Phoebe is a violinist and composer working on cross-genre collaborative projects, with poetry, dance, film and art installations.
Between Worlds is Anna’s first choral and ensemble piece. It is a music and science collaboration, which incorporates a 40 minute work for choir, solo violin, string ensemble, synthesiser and percussion, written in response to spectacular visual imagery provided by the research at the School of BioSciences, University of Kent. Between Worlds incorporates electronic soundscapes created from field recordings from the BioScience laboratories. The research is funded by Cancer Research UK and Between Worlds has received funding from PRS Foundation.
Anna works as composer for the Royal Ballet School and has composed music for several projects with the students, as well as led creativity and improvisation workshops. She has recently written the music for WWF Climate Disaster advert, as well as scoring films including Ethel (Miriam Margolyes), and animated film Harriet and The Matches (Cillian Murphy and Bernice Stegers). Anna recently collaborated with artist Nicola Durvasula, whose film was premiered at the Rietburg Museum in Zurich. She is currently scoring soundscapes set to ‘England Poems from a School’ - poetry written by refugee children living in the UK.
Anna records violin and viola for film and television composers Martin Phipps, PJ Harvey, Flood and Nina Humphreys on productions including Black Earth Rising, Peaky Blinders, Black Mirror, War & Peace and ITV's In Plain Sight.