Anna Wilkens-Reed is a chamber musician and soloist based in St. Louis, MO. Originally hailing from a musical family in Memphis, Tennessee, Anna
began her music lessons at age four after becoming enraptured by the flute solos during a performance of the Magic Flute. Mrs. Wilkens-Reed earned a BA in Flute Performance from the University of Memphis where she studied with Bruce Erskine. She has performed and collaborated with The Eroica Ensemble, The Memphis Symphony, Aaron Neville, The Memphis Repertory Orchestra, the Westpfälzisches Symphonieorchester and the United States Air Force Band-Europe. Anna has also performed in various masterclasses for Alan Weiss, Wissam Boustany, Toshio Takahashi, Paula Robison and Valerie Coleman. While living in Germany, Anna maintained a private studio and served as assistant principal flute of the Westpfälzisches Symphonieorchester in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany while studying with Stephanie Winker of HfMDK Frankfurt. In her gradually lessening free time, Anna enjoys hiking, philosophy, baroque flute, travel and contemporary chamber music.
The Beauty of Simplicity to Love — Fernand ben Qvyjt
for flute, cello, piano, conductor
Masses Oppress — Max Eidinoff
for 4 flutes, harp, conductor