Anneke Schaul-Yoder studied at Yale University, the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music, and the Mannes College of Music. Anneke is Artistic Director and solo continuo cellist for SIREN Baroque, an all-female early music ensemble that concertizes throughout the States and overseas. She is also a member of the Piano Music & Song Trio, a trumpet/cello/piano trio that arranges and improvises over art songs from all eras and genres. With the Morningside Opera Company, the Mimesis Ensemble, the Argento Chamber Ensemble, Dorian Baroque, and other ensembles, Anneke performs regularly at New York’s foremost venues in both modern and period styles. With pianist Derin Oge, she presents sonata recitals and other chamber music performances. With the Britten Centenary Quartet, Anneke presented all of Britten’s string quartets at Lincoln Center throughout 2013, culminating in a marathon concert of his complete quartet works. Anneke records and collaborates with members of Arcade Fire, TV on the Radio, Antibalas, and the Sway Machinery. In 2012, she was a featured guest on A Prairie Home Companion, broadcast live from Town Hall in New York, and in 2013 she appeared on Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series, televised on PBS’s Live from Lincoln Center. She has recordings on the Bridge and System Dialing labels.