Anne Robinson began studying the piano at eight years old and placed first in the Wisconsin Music Teachers’ Association state competition ten months later. She has since garnered multiple awards as an American pianist, including Honors at the La Crosse Rising Stars Concerto Competition, another First Place at the WMTA state competition, two Gold Medals from the Sonatina Festival of Milwaukee, WI and is a recipient of the distinguished Sigma Alpha Iota scholarship competition 2010 in St. Louis, MO.
Miss Robinson received Merit Scholarships from 2006 to 2011 while attending the University of Missouri-Columbia, MO where she completed her B.M. in Piano Performance. She was also a scholarship student and music history teacher’s assistant at The Boston Conservatory, MA while studying for her M.M. and G.P.D. in Piano Performance from 2011-2015. Anne graduated in 2015 and was placed in the Honors Chamber Music Recital with her ensemble performing Prokofiev’s sextet Overture on Hebrew Themes.
An active soloist and chamber musician, Anne had the privilege of performing the music of Louis Andriesen during his residency at Boston’s New Music Festival in 2014 and regularly appeared with various chamber music ensembles in recitals throughout the Greater Boston Area. She has also performed in many master classes, including Janice Weber, Loretta Blumberg, Hugh Hinton, Louis Andriesen, and Melvin Chen.
Anne’s teachers include Max Levinson, Dr. Jonathan Bass, Dr. Peter Miyamoto, Ayako Tsuruta, Dr. Mary Tollefson, and Dr. Gloria Chuang.
Recently relocated to Madison, WI where she maintains an award wining private studio and , Anne continues to perform locally and prepare for competitions.