Anne La Berge‘s career as a flutist/improviser/composer stretches across stylistic boundaries. Her performances are praised world-wide for the way she combines a ferocious and far-reaching virtuosity, a penchant for improvising delicately spun microtonal textures and melodies, and a unique array of powerfully percussive flute effects, all combined with electronic processing. She writes music for herself to play as well as works intended solely for other performers, usually involving guided improvisation. Additionally, she regularly performs in other artists’ projects in a range of settings from modern chamber music to improvised electronic music. She has been recorded for Largo, Artifact, Etcetera, Hat Art, Frog Peak, Eionstein, X-OR, Unsounds, Canal Street, Rambo, Data, New World Records, and another timbre.
She moved to Amsterdam in 1989, where she has lived ever since.