(2011) Violinist Ann Lam has performed in major concert venues across the country, including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center. Through her outreach work as a solo, chamber, and orchestral musician in classrooms across the globe, she strives to joyfully impart music fundamentals while fostering a curiosity for lifelong learning. Privately, Ann teaches violin to students of all ages and levels, with a special emphasis on body and breath awareness.
She received her master of music degree in violin performance from the State University of New York at Purchase, where she also served on faculty teaching and assisting undergraduate courses in music appreciation and music history. Ann recently moved from New York City, where she served as principal second violin of Camerata Notturna. She is delighted to call San Francisco home and excited to be a part of Community Music Center.
Exam preparation: Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music (British)