- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
Anne Sophie Andersen holds a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in violin and the Master of Arts degree in composition from Stony Brook University (NY), where she studied with prof. Philip Setzer (Emerson String Quartet), prof. Peter Winkler (composition) and prof. Daniel Weymouth (composition). Ms Andersen also holds a Graduate Diploma in violin performance from New England Conservatory (2011), a soloist Diploma in violin performance from Malmo Academy of Music (Sweden, 2009) and a Masters in violin performance from Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus (Denmark, 2005).
Ms. Andersen is the recipient of the 2017 Samuel Baron Prize, awarded biennially by Stony Brook University in recognition of an exceptional young musician. She has served as an assistant concertmaster of the Malmö Symphony Orchestra and undergraduate instructor at Stony Brook University and as faculty at Adelphi University. She was a speaker at the 2015 TEDxSBU conference.
Anne Sophie Andersen is Artistic Director and a faculty member of the festival “New Music for Strings” which celebrated its opening season in August 2016. Taking place biennially—in Ms Andersen’s native city of Aarhus, Denmark on even years, and in New York on odd years—the festival is centered around the creation of new music for strings. Among the faculty are members of the Emerson String Quartet as well as internationally recognized Scandinavian artists.
Ms. Andersen has appeared as a soloist with the Malmö Symphony Orchestra, the symphony of the Royal Academy, Aarhus, the Malmö New Chamber Orchestra and the Øresund Chamber Orchestra and recorded for the Swedish label C-Y Contemporary.