The East Germany born singer/songwriter Anjù fled the country at age 15 with her parents ironically one week before the wall came down, went to live in America to train horses, sailed the Mediterranean sea, in between getting a university degree in American studies and art history before she settled down in Florence/Italy to seriously turn to music. Her first voice teacher was Victor Micallef (now with The Canadian Tenors). She went on to study several years with the renowned Tuscan Jazz vocalist Titta Nesti.
She has been contacted by filmmakers to feature her music and voice and by radio stations in corners as remote as Estonia. Her growing number of fans will be excited to hear about the upcoming release of her first album.
Anjù who currently lives in Italy recorded her first solo album “Just Get Lost” in the spring of 2014. The 12 songs on the album show musical influences of the different countries and cultures she has lived in and talk about love, life and coming to terms with it all.
The album will be released in August 2014.