Anne Chicheportiche

Miami, Florida

Praised by The Miami Herald for her “tonal sweetness, alert dynamic detailing and commanding musicality,” the French violinist Anne Chicheportiche is described by The Washington Post, as a violinist who plays with “fierce assurance.” She has been displaying her “virtuosity and tonal sheen” as a soloist, chamber musician and concertmaster of orchestras in Europe and the United States.
As a passionate chamber musician, Anne performed in various music festivals, including the IMG Artist’s Del Sole International Festival, Music Festival of the Americas, Jewish European Music Festival and Festival de la Cité. She also served as the Artistic Director of MISO’s Chamber Music Program and Manager for the Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra.
She served as concertmaster of orchestras in Chicago, Washington D.C. and Miami. In 2006, she became a member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, America’s foremost orchestra for young musicians from around the world. Other orchestra positions and collaborations have included appointments with the Orchestre de Chambre de Genève, Verbier Chamber Orchestra and the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas.
An avid performer of contemporary music, Anne has premiered and recorded numerous works by contemporary composers. She has also performed and recorded with well-known artists of different musical genres, including Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, Dionne Warwick, Ely Guerra, Natalia Lafourcade and Aleks Zyntek.
Anne studied with international recognized musicians as Stefan Ghiorghiu, Ilya Kaler and the Guarneri Quartet. She is a graduate of the Geneva Conservatory as the winner of the Prix-Vidoudet (the conservatory’s highest honor for a stringed instrumentalist). She holds a Master of Music degree from Depaul University, a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Maryland and is on the faculty at The University of Texas Pan American.

  • Work
  • Education
    • Conservatoire de Musique de Genève
    • DePaul University
    • University of Maryland, College Park