After a childhood shaped by travels, her parents being itinerant, Anne de Boysson is quickly moved towards composition. She finished her musical studies in piano in 2013 and obtained the same year the 1st prize in the International Competition “Music and Earth” International Music Competition in composition (Sofia, Bulgaria).
In 2014, Anne received a state commission from a quintet for cellos as part of the commemoration of the centenary of the 1914-1918 war. This piece was created at the Great War Memorial in Peronne, in the presence of more than 80 UNESCO ambassadors. Four years later, she received another state commission, from the Army Brass Band, who performed at the annual Gala Concert of the Land Forces in October 2018 (Lille, France).
With an eclectic career, she joined in 2015 the composition class of film music directed by Jean-Michel Bernard in Paris at the conservatory, from which she graduated three years later with honors.
As much at home in the classical as the electro while passing by the music of the world, Anne has already composed the music of severals institutional clips, documentaries, short films, participated in film-concerts (in particular with the Cinema the Balzac in Paris) following his selection at the Master-Class composition of the Aubagne International Film Festival directed by composer Marc Marder. Selected at the TRIO Residence in 2018, Anne has the chance to be selected also at International Festival of Aubagne, (France) the International Festival of Namur (Belgium) and the Jerusalem Film Festival (Israël) to participate in professional meetings. Recently, she was invited by the Lille Conservatory to give the conservatoire a conference about music for films.
Anne de Boysson released in September 2018 her first album entitled Evocation where she performed on the piano her own compositions. This album is introduced by the pianist Junko Okazaki. She regularly performs in France and abroad as a pianist and composer. Recently she had the opportunity to give a recital at the British Embassy in Paris on the occasion of the centenary of the Franco-British Foundation of Sillery.