Anne Carrere is the eldest in a family of five children. Born August 15, 1985 in Toulon, France, she is an accomplished young artist. Carrere studied a variety of genres of dance including classical, jazz and break dancing and later pursued studies in music theory, flute. At 12 years old, she began voice lessons with Daniel Bastian and theater training with Didier Biosca.
Sensitive, energetic and determined, Carrere maintained a rigorous schedule of artistic training and competitions while continuing her studies. After obtaining a literary Baccalaureate, she joined her first band and rapidly became a well-known name in show business. Her noteworthy participation in Michel Fugain’s show “Be Careful Ladies and Gentlemen”, galas and concerts did not occupy all of Carrere’s time. She enrolled at Institut Musical Formation Professionnelle where studied jazz vocals and vocal nuance and mastery from Julien Baudry and Richard Cross. She writes, creates and innovates constantly. She is truly a well-rounded artist who invents and reinvents her art in a unique and rich way each time she performs.
A lover of classic French songs, Carrere participated in the 2014 casting call for PARIS! The Show. Captivated by the power of her voice and her natural charisma, Gil Marsalla, producer and director of the show, immediately offered her the role of Edith Piaf. Carrere met Germaine Ricord, singer and friend of Edith Piaf during many years on PIAF tour. Germaine also falls immediately in love with this incredible voice and with this little lady that reminds him so much of his friend Edith Piaf, “I found the voice and personality of Anne Carrere to be Edith Piaf at the top of her career!” he said of Carrere.