Brenda Anna, violin, attended the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University where she studied with Yong Ku Ahn, Charles Libove, and David Geber of the American String Quartet. She currently serves as concertmaster of the Columbia Orchestra and is a member of the National Philharmonic which performs in the Music Center at Strathmore's concert hall. In addition, Brenda is a busy freelance performer in the Baltimore/Washington area, which has given her the opportunity to perform in places like the Kennedy Center, Meyerhoff Hall, Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. A member of the Columbia Orchestra Piano Trio, she is the founder and manager of the Riversdale Chamber Ensemble. Ms. Anna has performed as soloist with the Mid-Atlantic Symphony, the Prince Georges Philharmonic, and the Columbia Orchestra. She teaches in her private studio and is a member of the faculty of Princeton Chamber Music Playweek in Chestertown, MD, a summer program for adult amateur chamber musicians. Together with her husband, Skip Anna, they form the eclectic duo Anna-1, Anna-2.
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