Portuguese composer Anne Victorino d’Almeida is the youngest of the composer António Victorino d’Almeida’s daughters and her will to study music was early woken, having started with piano lessons at the age of four, in Vienna, Austria.
At the age of seven, and already in Portugal, she began her violin lessons at the Fundação Musical dos Amigos das Crianças with Inês Barata, with whom she studied for eleven years, finishing at that same school the 8th degree under the guidance of Leonor Prado.
In 1997 she joins the Rueil-Malmaison Regionional Conservatory (France) studying in the class of Dominique Barbier. A year later she returns to Lisbon and joins the class of Agnès Sarosi in the National Superior Academy of Orchestra, graduating in 2003 .
Throughout her musical career she had the opportunity to attend a diversity of courses and improvement classes with honourable pedagogues and violinists like James Dahlgreen, Gerardo Ribeiro, Galina Turtchaninova, Gilles Apap and Maxim Vengerov.
After her degree she was still supervised by António Anjos.
In 2004 she attends and concludes the first year of orchestra direction in the National Superior Academy of Orchestra.
She has been dedicating part of her musical career to the composition of Soundtracks, having been awarded (a prize) for the best musical proposal, in the "Teatro na Década 97" contest. She also composed the music of several plays, staged scene in theatres, namely, the Portuguese Youth Institute, Teatro da Comuna, and Teatro da Trindade.
In 2006 she composed the soundtrack of the documentary "Cartas a uma Ditadura" directed by Inês de Medeiros staged several theatres both nationally and abroad.
She was founding member of the Lopes-Graça Quartet with which has been performing in several points around the country.
Very dedicated to teaching, she has lectured violin since 2000 at the Metropolitan Music Conservatory of Lisbon and has also been a teacher at the Music School of the National Conservatory since 2004.