Anne Lerner-WrightSan Rafael, CA
Anne Lerner-Wright received her Bachelor of Arts in Music as a cello performance major from Northwestern University after spending three years as a Spanish literature major at Bryn Mawr College. She has been performing as a cellist in the Bay Area since 1989, when she moved from her native Chicago to study with Irene Sharp at the San Francisco Conservatory, where she earned a Master of Music in Cello Performance. Anne has performed with many Bay Area orchestras and is a sought-after chamber musician and performer of contemporary music. An equally important part of Anne’s musical life is music education. In addition to her work with the Marin Symphony Youth Programs for which she conducts the Overture Ensemble and Crescendo Orchestra, she is on the faculties of College of Marin and Dominican University and has a large private cello studio in San Rafael.
Hurt Hawks (2016) by Martha Stoddard (b. 1955)
From the world premiere of Hurt Hawks (2016) by Martha Stoddard, commissioned and premiered by Ensemble for These Times, June 11, 2016, Trinity Chamber Concerts, Berkeley, CA.
Alta mar (High Sea, 2005) by Mario Carro (b. 1979)
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“Alta mar” (2005) is by Spanish composer Mario Carro, with a text by Ernestina de Champourcin (1905-1999). Performed as part of the “Guernica Project,” April 8, 2017 at Noe Valley Ministry, SF, CA by Ensemble for These Times (Nanette McGuinness and Anne Lerner-Wright)