Annie Flood is a collaborative pianist and vocal coach in the Spokane area. Trained as a pianist and vocalist, she loves the challenge of combining poetic and musical ideas presented within vocal music. She serves as staff accompanist for the Music Department at Gonzaga University, where she rehearses and performs with their choirs and several student voice recitals each semester. Annie also plays for numerous high school choirs and voice studios.
Originally from Maryland, Annie worked extensively with musical organizations in the Baltimore/Annapolis area before moving West, including the Peabody Institute Opera Outreach. She is also a church musician, and held positions at the U.S. Naval Academy and the Baltimore Basilica. She currently serves in the music ministries at Hamblen Park Presbyterian Church and St. Aloysius Church in Spokane.
As a musical theatre musician, Annie has become a sought after music director and pianist. She served as music director for Moby Dick - A Musical, a show written and produced by a Spokane team that was awarded performances in the Chicago Musical Theater Festival. Other recent theatre credits include the award-winning Little House on the Prairie (Music Director, Spokane Valley Summer Theatre), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (keyboardist, Gonzaga University), and Something Rotten (Music Director, Whitworth University).
Passionate about the impact of music within a community, she teaches private lessons, and was active in initiatives that spread classical music and positive change throughout Baltimore. Annie earned her M.M. in vocal accompanying from the Peabody Conservatory and her B.A. in music from the University of Notre Dame.