Bassoonist Anna Marsh has appeared with a wide array of ensembles including:
- Tafelmusik of Toronto, Canada
- Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra
- Opera Atelier of Toronto
- Seattle Baroque Orchestra
- National Cathedral Baroque Orchestra of Washington, DC
- Opera Lafayette of Washington, DC
- Washington Bach Consort of Washington, DC
- Ensemble Voltaire of Indianapolis, Indiana
- Apollo’s Fire of Cleveland, Ohio
- Foundling Baroque Orchestra of Providence, Rhode Island
- the Latin-American baroque orchestra Americantiga
- Chicago Opera Theater
- Hollywood Bowl Orchestra
- Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada
- Sante Fe Pro Musica
- Musica nel Chiostro festival in Tuscany, Italy
- Bloomington Early Music Festival, Indiana
- Aradia Ensemble, Toronto
Anna has also taught or given masterclasses at the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, the Eastman School of Music, the Los Angeles Music and Art School, the Albuquerque Double Reed Workshop in New Mexico (now the Western Baroque Music Festival) and teaches privately.
Ms. Marsh co-directs the group Ensemble Lipzodes which toured Brazil in 2008 and Equador in 2010 and has recorded two CDs.
She also enjoys playing with Circa 1800, a classical woodwind quintet based in Washington, DC, and with From the Depths, a group devoted to music and literature.
Anna has been a concerto soloist with the Foundling Orchestra, Americantiga Orchestra, the University of Southern California Early Music Ensemble and the Indiana University Baroque Orchestra.
Anna has also worked in the library and in administration at the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, the Museum of the City of New York and the Weyerhauser Technology Center near Seattle, Washington.
She has recorded for Centaur, Avie, Naxos, the Super Bowl and Musica Omnia record labels.
Ms. Marsh owns five historical bassoons, suited for different style periods and concert pitches, and plays all of them.