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Anna Calvi, an Album by Anna Calvi. Released January 17, 2011 on (catalog no. WIGCD260; CD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Art Rock. Rated #431 in the best albums of 2011. Anna Calvi was born Anna Margaret Michelle Calvi on 24 September 1980 in Twickenham to an English mother and Italian father, both of whom are therapists.

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Calvi in a performance in Sala KGB, 17 September 2011 Background information Born ( 1980-09-24) 24 September 1980 (age 37) Twickenham, England, United Kingdom Genres, Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, musician Instruments Vocals, guitar, violin, bass, piano, organ Years active 2005–present Labels Associated acts, Cheap Hotel, Cherry Brakewells, Swampus Trio, Lunatic Crash Website Anna Margaret Michelle Calvi (born 24 September 1980) is an English singer-songwriter and. Her was released in the United Kingdom in 2011 and earned her the.

Furthermore, it was nominated for the as well as for British Breakthrough Act at the. Her second album was released in 2013 through and was also nominated for the Mercury Prize. She has been called a virtuoso guitarist, although her first instrument is the violin, in which she has a university degree and is noted for her powerful, wide ranging operatic voice. Contents.

Early life Anna Calvi was born Anna Margaret Michelle Calvi on 24 September 1980 in to an English mother and Italian father, both of whom are. She spent most of the first three years of her life in a hospital undergoing treatment and surgeries to correct. 'The way I dealt with that was to create my own world.

And that's what my relationship with music is – a world of my own creation that I escape into. I was always a dreamer. The early things stick with you,' she later remembered. Calvi grew up being exposed to a multitude of genres of music by her music-loving Italian father; this eclectic array ranged from to to, combined with an early understanding of classical music, 'I was so taken by the sound.

Whenever I saw an instrument I would get so excited and my heart would beat really fast.' Calvi first picked up the violin at 6, and guitar at 8. 'Something would take me over whenever I'd seen an electric guitar,' she later recalled.

By the age of 10 she was using a double cassette to her playing. She came to be much influenced by 20th century composers, and, attracted 'to the impressionistic element of the music', and would try to recreate this feeling on the guitar, an instrument she was compelled to learn on discovering and at the age of 13. Calvi originally intended to study art, but instead opted for a degree in music. She attended where she studied violin and guitar, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Music in 2003. After graduating, Calvi worked as a guitar teacher, giving private lessons to help finance her music career until 2010.

In October 2015, having been previously nominated twice for the award herself, Calvi joined the panel again to decide the winner of the 2015. The panel also features, and broadcaster. Music career 2008–2010: Early projects. Calvi performing at the, 27 March 2010 Calvi did not begin singing until her mid-twenties. 'I had a phobia about it until five years ago,' she said in 2011.

'I wouldn't sing in school or even in the shower. I had this emotional block about hearing my voice. So the guitar became my voice when I was a teenager, it was how I could express myself.' In an effort to find her own voice Calvi has spoken of how she would lock herself in a room for long periods of time, singing along to records by and.


Calvi formed several bands, including Cheap Hotel, who released one download-only single ( New York), which did not chart. Calvi later met multi-instrumentalist Mally Harpaz and drummer Daniel Maiden-Wood, who eventually formed her band. At an early gig, Calvi caught the attention of who urged Laurence Bell of to sign her. Early support also came from, who heard about Calvi through a friend. He has since become her unofficial mentor describing her during a interview as 'the biggest thing since.'

In the autumn of 2009 Calvi recorded a series of filmed Attic Sessions that were uploaded onto YouTube, including a cover of 's Joan of Arc, 's Surrender, 's Wolf Like Me and 's. Calvi played guitar on the track The Prizefighter and the Heiress on 's album, and in October 2009 she went on to support Flynn on tour. In 2010 Calvi supported on their UK tour, as well as label-mates the at the. Also invited her to support across Europe in October 2010. On 11 October 2010, Calvi released her debut solo single, a 1951 song originally written by and made famous by and French chanteuse Edith Piaf. Both Jezebel and the B-side Moulinette were recorded by, and released on limited edition 7' and digital download.

Live versions of both Jezebel and Moulinette were filmed at venue in London by Emma Nathan, who also created the vinyl artwork. 2011–2012: Debut album released her debut album in the UK and Europe through Domino Records on 17 January 2011, to critical acclaim. It entered the official UK charts at number 40, and achieved similar success across Europe, charting at 17 in France, 33 in Austria, 40 in Switzerland, 55 in Sweden and 70 in Germany. In France, according to, Calvi 'has become an overnight star, the album debuting in the Top 20.' The album was released in USA, Australia, and Japan on 1 March 2011. Calvi co-produced the album with long-term collaborator Rob Ellis. Brian Eno sang backing vocals on Desire and Suzanne & I, Dave Okumu from the band sang backing vocals on the song No More Words, and long-term collaborator Emma Nathan created the album artwork.

'I see music quite visually and I like to create atmospheres. I like to try and create a whole world in the space of a song,' explained Calvi. In an interview with the Calvi said of writing the album 'I imagine the different instruments as colours, and so it feels like painting. I need music to come from a really emotional place.

With my music I do like to hypnotise people and take them somewhere else. I like to slowly draw people into a world.' Gave the album 9 out of 10, describing it as NME described it as 'sumptuous, seductive and a bit scary, this velvety debut will stalk your dreams.' , and stating that 'this self-titled collection of 10 songs is perhaps the first great record of 2011.' Said 'This isn't just a great debut. It's a fearless rejection of current pop trends, fashioning a benchmark of intensity and originality that the rest of this year's albums will struggle to match.' , whilst magazine called it an 'arresting, sparse and darkly captivating listen.'

Said 'the raw talent is undeniable: 2011 is Calvi’s for the taking'. Calvi performing at the in November 2011 Calvi is known for her intense guitar playing and live performance. She has said that she tries to create the sounds of other instruments through her guitar. Visually, Calvi nods to the world of in her stage outfits, opting for the high trousers and blouse of a male dancer rather than the traditional frilled dress. Following her debut album release show at in London, Calvi won over critics with her 'performance of superb self-possession and dramatic timing.'

Called her a 'strumming seductress' who was 'born to be heard in person' playing 'with every ounce of passion.' Calvi's European tour in Autumn 2011 was filmed and released as a 2 part series called 'Somewhere Along the Line'. Calvi performed a short headline tour in France, Spain and Portugal in November and December 2013. Anna began 2014 with a Tour of the UK in February before heading to Europe throughout March.

Gave Anna's February performance at London's theatre a four star review, stating that it 'confirmed Calvi as a modern guitar hero of exceptional talent and imagination'. After the show at the, Anna played an intimate 'solo show' to 150 fans at the. Reviewing this special performance, said that 'up close and personal, the microscope highlights the nuances and flourishes that make Calvi the rarest of talent'.

On 24 March 2014, Anna Calvi announced two shows in May in Sydney and Melbourne, as part of her Australian Tour. She also performed on 1 June as a vocal guest alongside the for their tribute. Calvi returned to on 28 June 2014 for a performance on the Park stage.

Calvi was chosen to support for his show at the in London on 29 November 2014. Anna also collaborated with on her 2014 album track, 'Falling Back'. Subsequently, Anna performed this track with Marianne Faithfull on the 's TV show on 23 September 2014. In December 2014, Calvi performed a one off show with the innovative and eclectic Heritage Orchestra, conducted by Jules Buckley. New orchestral versions of tracks from Mercury prize nominated albums Anna Calvi and One Breath as well as her EP Strange Weather were performed.

The concert was a sold out event which also saw guest appearances from, from band, Noah and the Whale and producer and musician from the band Invisible. Calvi had also worked with the Heritage Orchestra previously on the show as the.

Summer 2015 saw Calvi head out again with the Heritage Orchestra across Europe including appearances at the BSG Festival in Istanbul, Heartbeats Festival in Lille and the Cactus Festival in Bruges. In March 2016, Anna was part of the, Pieces of a Man: The Project. 'A celebration of the life and legacy of the legendary American soul and jazz poet, musician, and author' in conjunction with Convergence Festival in London. Under the direction of, an ensemble of guest vocalists and poets, including, and performed reinterpretations of Scott-Heron’s music. 'Anna Calvi delivered a menacing rock-opera take on 'Me And The Devil'. On 8 June 2016, Anna performed with the Heritage Orchestra Voices, in Cardiff as part of Festival of Voice. In July 2016, Anna Calvi & Jherek Bischoff performed ‘Lady Grinning Soul’ at the BBC Proms David Bowie special.

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