Dürk D3 Horn with hand hammered body, regular bell, Mouthpiece Stork C10
Ion Balu mute and Lewis mute
Annamia Larsson was born in Sweden, and since 2010 has been the principal Horn of the Gävle Symphony Orchestra, Sweden. She started her orchestral career in the Verbier Festival Orchestra and after that won the position as Co-principal horn of the Royal Opera in Stockholm at the age of 21.
Annamia studied at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm with prof. Dick Gustavsson and prof. Markus Maskuniitty, and also at Universität für Darstellende Kunst und Musik Wien with prof. Roland Berger.
Annamia is frequently performing as a soloist with orchestras in Scandinavia including the Swedish Radio Symphony, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Gävle Symphony and Reykjavik Chamber Orchestras and since 2010 Annamia has been a member of Stockholm Chamber Brass. She is also a member of the Stockholm Sinfonietta and the contemporary ensembles New European Ensemble in the Hague and KammarensembleN in Stockholm. Annamia has performed at festivals around the world including the Vinterfest International Chamber Music Festival Sweden, Stavanger International Chamber Music Festival Norway and the Isla Verde International Brass Festival in Argentina.
Annamia graduated from the soloist diploma class of the Royal College of Music in Stockholm in 2008 and that same year she filled the position as horn teacher of the Royal College of Music in Stockholm before taking on the position full time in 2013. She has given masterclasses for the International Horn Society Macomb USA, South East Horn Workshop Virginia USA and for the Nordic Horn Symposium in various cities in Scandinavia.
In 2006 while Co-Principal Horn in Stockholm Annamia made a video of the famous horn call from Richard Wagner’s opera, Siegfried. This has become one of the most watched videos of classical music on youtube of all time with over a million views, you can watch it here.