Bassist Anne Trout enjoys a varied career that embraces early music, contemporary performance, and traditional symphonic and chamber music repertoire. A resident of Boston, she has served as principal bass, toured, and recorded with the Handel and Haydn Society, the Boston Bach Ensemble, Boston Baroque and Emmanuel Music. She has been engaged by many organizations, including the Boston Early Music Festival, Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra, Cabrillo Festival, and Pepsico Summerfare, working with such noted artists as William Christie, Dennis Russell Davies, Christopher Hogwood, Peter Sellars, and Mark Morris. Ms. Trout appears frequently with the Baroque ensemble Rebel at Trinity Church in lower Manhattan, and is often heard with Musicians of Aston Magna. She studied at Indiana University, Wellesley College, and the University of Arizona. She serves on the faculties of the Longy School of Music, the Groton School and Boston College, and as a consultant and clinician for the annual Boston Bass Bash held in Cambridge. She has recorded for Telarc, London L’Oiseau-Lyre, Sony Classical, Erato, Dorian, and Centaur.