Anne Wolfe grew up in Enumclaw, Washington and has played violin since she was eleven years old. She recently graduated from the University of Oregon with her Bachelor’s Degree in violin performance under the direction of Fritz Gearhart. Additionally, she studied abroad in Vienna, Austria for three months through the University of Oregon’s music immersion program directed by Fritz Gearhart. While there she walked the streets where many famous composers once lived and studied with Andrea Nikolić who is a renowned violinist in the area. Before attending the UO she studied under the co-concertmaster of the Auburn Symphony Orchestra, Lynn Bartlett-Johnson and the violin professor at Pacific Lutheran University, Svend Rønning, whom gave her great guidance and inspiration to continue her path as a musician. From 2007 to 2012 she was a part of the Tacoma Youth Symphony Association. As a part of the youth symphony she won the Student Concerto Competition in 2012 and performed with the Young Artists Orchestra, which is one of the many orchestras a part of TYSA. Now she is currently attending Boise State University under the musical direction of Craig Purdy, as part of the Graduate String Quartet and as a member of the Boise Philharmonic.