At the age of six, Anne-Sophie learned to play the piano and took her first steps into the world of music. Practicing hard every day, she obtained her diploma at the music academy of Haasrode. Driven by the art of tone, she decided to pursue this interest further. At the age of seventeen, she started a musical education at the Lemmens Institute in Leuven, with piano as her main instrument. But despite her love for this instrument, over the years Anne-Sophie developed a new passion: a passion for singing. She decided to follow her heart and chose her voice as her new main instrument. Under the guidance of teacher Johan Uytterschaut, she successfully completed her Bachelor of Music.

For her Master of Music degree, Anne-Sophie sought out new places. Her musical ambitions took her to l'Institut Supérieur de Musique et de Pédagogie (IMEP) in Namur. Together, Benoît Giaux, Elise Gäbele and Françoise Viatour ensured that she – their new student – could emerge as an accomplished opera singer in the coming years. In 2019, Anne-Sophie obtained her Master in Music with great distinction.

Afterwards, she decided to specialize further, and started an additional Master in Lyric Arts at the European Vocal Department (EVD), focused on singers with a soloistic profile. And so, in 2022, she obtained her second Master's degree with highest distinction.

Ever since her musical studies, Anne-Sophie was determined to gain as much experience as possible. In 2017, she not only passed her audition at the opera house La Monnaie/De Munt in Brussels, she also sang her way into the opera house of Liège. In the latter, she got to perform in operas and concerts by composers such as Bizet, Offenbach, Brahms, Honneger, Dvorack, Puccini, Faust and many others.

Thanks to several master classes with renowned singers such as Nino Machaidze, Sylvie Brunet, David Miller, Patricia Cioffi, Angélique Noldus and Margreet Honig, Anne-Sophie was able to refine her own singing skills even further.

Her opera voice was heard clearly and in 2020 she made her debut at l'Opéra Royal de Wallonie in Liège. The lead role in the children's opera Le Petit Chaperon Rouge by Stefano Guagnini was specially reserved for her.

You can currently find Anne-Sophie as a soloist on stages at home and abroad. She participates in various competitions and auditions in order to further develop her professional career.

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