Anne Queffélec

Anne Queffélec is among the best-loved pianists of her generation. The daughter and sister of writers, and herself passionate about literature, she chose to devote herself to music at an early age. Her success in the international competitions of Munich (first prize by unanimous decision of the jury in 1968) and Leeds (prize in 1969) soon made her a prominent soloist with invitations to perform all over the world. Both on the concert platform and on record, Anne Queffélec cultivates an eclectic repertoire, as is demonstrated by her discography on Mirare, featuring works by Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Chopin, Bach, and now Satie.