Brittany Anjou is an American composer, vocalist, and piano focused multi-instrumentalist based in New York City. This creative, versatile, and virtuoso performer hails from Seattle. Starting from the age of twelve Brittany has performed in award winning jazz ensembles throughout the U.S.A. and Europe. While still in high school she appeared at Lincoln Center with jazz giant Wynton Marsalis, and played with both with Ernestine Anderson, and Clark Terry. As a young woman she continued her studies at New York University, where she studied Jazz. Anjou has directed and composed for many instrumental ensembles, including the LARCENY Chamber Orchestra, and BEWAA, a series of ensembles incorporating Ghanaian xylophone. Brittany performs actively with many artists and musicians throughout New York City. She has toured in nearly twenty countries throughout four continents. Anjou is currently working on releasing three albums: a 1960's style jazz piano trio album of originals entitled Enami─Ło Reciprokataj (Esperanto for "Reciprocal Love"), an avant-gyil album with Ghanaian master xylophonist Alfred Kpebsaane, and music for a series of poems by Kuwaiti women entitled Astamaea (Arabic for "Listen").  Brittany Anjou can be seen on stage with her group, The Brittany Anjou Trio, as well as performing as a vocalist with her experimental punk band Bi TYRANT. She works as a freelance composer, headliner, and support performer.