Annette Focks

Jury FMC
Jury Member of the Film Music Competition, a German composer and conductor of orchestral, film, theatre, jazz and pop music.  Annette began to play piano at the age of 5 and throughout her childhood she learnt to play the organ, trumpet, flugelhorn, tuba, mallets, drums and percussion. In 2008 she wrote a concerto for cello and orchestra entitled “A Letter Without Words”.  This commissioned work for the Mozart Festival Augsburg 2008 premiered on 31 May 2008 with the Bavarian Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by David Stern (son of violinist Isaac Stern) and Munich soloist Anja Lechner. In 2011 she wrote the music for “Uncle Poppoff can fly up trees” for the WDR Radio Orchestra, a piece for one speaker and orchestra that premiered in February 2012. Annette Focke lives in Berlin 

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