Anamae Anderson is a harpist and educator who loves sharing the gift and power of music with others. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Music in Harp Performance and also completed a Master in Public Administration at BYU with an emphasis in non-profit management. She has had many wonderful opportunities to share the power of music with others through performances at the Sixth Suzuki Pan-Pacific Conference in Sydney, the opening of the Bellagio in Las Vegas, the Sixth World Harp Congress in Seattle, the Seventh World Harp Congress in Prague, and Suzuki Celebration Harp concerts in the Tabernacle at Temple Square in Salt Lake City. Anamae has organized and conducted international harp conferences for Lyon & Healy Harps, Inc., and national institutes for the American Harp Society, and has assisted as an exhibit curator at the International Harp Archives. She currently directs the BYU Harp Ensemble, teaches harp pedagogy and literature classes at BYU, and serves as Vice President of the Utah chapter of the American Harp Society. Anamae maintains a private Suzuki harp studio of over 25 students. Her students have been prizewinners in national and international competitions. When she is not immersed in all things harp, Anamae loves to explore the outdoors, travel, read, and create culinary concoctions in the kitchen.
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