Anne holds a Bachelor of Music with Majors in Choir Conducting and Pipe Organ (2000 Univerity of Arts, Berlin; 2005 College of Church Music, Halle/Saale, Germany) and a Bachelor of Education with Majors in Music and Religious Studies (2010 Martin Luther University, Halle/Saale, Germany). She migrated to Australia in 2010.
In 2013, she was fortunate to be invited to prepare the choir and lead singers for the Families’ Concert of the Australian Festival of Chamber Music for the production of Benjamin Britten’s “Noye’s Fludde”, and she has led the choir for the Families’ Concert ever since. In 2014, she founded the Amadeus Singers.
Anne also teaches piano at Townsville Grammar School, and organizes monthly concerts for the public at St. James’ Anglican Cathedral, Townsville.
Pompeyo Robert graduated with Bachelor of Secondary Education and Master in Education Degrees from the Mariano Marcos State University (Philippines). He is a recipient of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts and Philippine Society for Music Education (Music Scholarship Program) at Philippine Normal University. He is former conductor of the Ilocos Norte National High School Youth Choir and founder of the Laoag City Children's Choir and the Samiweng Singers. He is a two time national champion in the youth choir category of the National Music Competitions for Young Artists (Philippines. He led the Samiweng Singers in winning major prizes in 2011 in Vietnam and in 2012 at the 7th World Choir Games in the USA. Pompeyo Robert migrated to Australia in 2013 and has worked with the Amadeus Singers since 2016.
Amber has been teaching private piano lessons for the last 20 years and has had the opportunity to accompany students of various instruments for their exams. Other musical experiences include playing violin in the Darwin Symphony Orchestra and singing in various choirs in Darwin. Amber is trained as a childcare worker and has a love for working with children.