Anamae Anderson has been teaching Suzuki harp lessons for 20 years. She began studying the harp with Mary Kay Waddington in Denver, Colorado and continued her harp studies with JoAnne Glover in Chicago and ShruDeLi Ownbey in Salt Lake City. Anamae graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Music in Harp Performance and also completed a Master in Public Administration at BYU. Anamae has performed at various conferences and events, including a Suzuki Pan-Pacific Conference in Australia, the opening of the Bellagio in Las Vegas, the Sixth World Harp Congress in Seattle, the Seventh World Harp Congress in Prague, and Afternoon Tea at the Grand America in Salt Lake City. Anamae currently directs the BYU Harp Ensemble, oversees non-major harp classes at BYU, maintains a private studio of 20+ students, and works with the Suzuki Association of Utah and the Utah chapter of the American Harp Society to organize annual concerts for local student harpists.
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