Anne Nagosky, violin
Anne Nagosky been a full-time violinist with the Omaha Symphony since 1998. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree, summa cum laude, in music and psychology from Washington University in St.Louis, and a Master of Music degree in Violin Performance from Northwestern University. Her principal violin teachers were Mimi Zweig, Nina Bodnar, David Halen and Gerardo Ribeiro.
In addition to her work with the Symphony, Anne is an active performer in the Omaha area and has appeared on numerous chamber music series. Her other professional passion lies in teaching and she is the director of a large private studio of pre-college violinists and violists, ranging in age from 3 to 18. Her students are featured regularly with the Omaha Symphony
and in other local events, and they have won and placed in competitions at the local, regional and national levels. Anne is also involved with various educational and outreach programs of the Omaha Symphony and the Omaha Chamber Music Society. In 2008, she received the “Outstanding String Educator” award from the Nebraska chapter of the American String Teachers Association and in 2011 she accepted the “Teacher of the Year” award from the Nebraska Music Teachers Association, the state chapter of the Music Teachers National Association. More recently, her studio has been featured in articles in the Omaha World-Herald and Her Family Magazine.
Outside of music, Anne most enjoys reading and traveling: her favorite destinations (so far) have been Turkey, Israel, Peru, Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands.