Critically acclaimed violinist Francesca Anderegg is renowned for delivering insightful accounts of contemporary and classical music. Through her inventive programming, active composer collaborations, and impassioned interpretations, Anderegg has earned praise as a musical explorer of the first order.
Past highlights include the release of her acclaimed contemporary music album Wild Cities, a performance of the Ligeti Violin Concerto with The Juilliard Orchestra, and performances with Itzhak Perlman and members of the Perlman Music Program. She has toured extensively as a soloist in the US and in Latin America, performing and teaching in Cuba, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina.
Anderegg holds degrees from Harvard and Juilliard, where her teachers included Robert Mann, Ronald Copes and Naoko Tanaka. Committed to education and outreach, Anderegg is currently associate professor of violin at St. Olaf College, and has taught at Interlochen Center for the Arts.