Anna Snow is a performer, composer and arranger, specialising in vocal music. As a
founding member of juice vocal ensemble — an experimental, a cappella trio who
explore and challenge the human voice — Anna has toured nationally and
internationally in venues that range from London’s Wigmore Hall to the SXSW
Festival in Austin, Texas.
The group’s debut album, Songspin, won an international
Independent Music Award for Best Contemporary Classical Album and they have
since released three more albums, all to great critical acclaim. Anna enjoys
collaborating with a wide range of artists, from beatboxers Shlomo and Beardyman
to composers and performers such as Anna Meredith, Errolyn Wallen, jazz musician
Issie Barratt, and folk/avant-garde singer-guitarist David Thomas-Broughton.
She hasrecorded vocals for a video installation by Turner Prize nominee James Richards; performed live for a London College of Fashion Graduate Show; co-devised a live vocal score to the 1916 film The Danger Girl (performed at BFI Southbank, Latitude
Festival, King’s Place with the Bird’s Eye View Film Festival); had her music
choreographed by Maurice Causey for the Nederlands Dans Theatre; and performed
in many unusual venues, from museums and art galleries to forests, outdoor spaces,
and even the Bascule Chambers under London’s Tower Bridge!
Anna’s compositionshave been played on BBC Radio 3 and performed in festivals across the UK. She often writes for children and community groups, and has recently been commissioned by Accessible Arts & Media to write a piece (‘Together’) celebrating
the charity’s 40th anniversary.