Anne Levitsky, soprano and hurdy-gurdy, is a scholar and performer of early music, in particular medieval vernacular song. She holds a PhD in Music from Columbia University, and is presently Lecturer in Music at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. Anne's wide-ranging performance career encompasses music medieval to modern, as well as a variety of genres from classical to pop (including a June 2013 performance with the Rolling Stones), both as a soloist and with a number of choral ensembles, including NYC-based chamber ensemble GHOSTLIGHT Chorus, the professional octet of St. Michael's Episcopal Church in NYC, and the St. George Chamber Singers. Her recording credits include CDs by the Troubadour Arts Ensemble and GHOSTLIGHT Chorus, as well as multimedia exhibits built for Columbia and Stanford Universities, and new music written for the 500th anniversary of the birth of St. Teresa de Ávila. She performs regularly in the Brisbane area with several vocal ensembles, including The Australian Voices.