A native of the DC metropolitan area, Anna Kong graduated with her Master of Music degree in violin performance at the Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University in 2017, under the tutelage of Herbert Greenberg. She obtained a Bachelor of Music degree with honors in violin performance at George Mason University in 2015. She has played with the American Festival Pops Orchestra, McLean Orchestra, Arlington Philharmonic, Alexandria Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Richmond Symphony, and is a seasoned pit musician and freelancer. Principle teachers include Julia Sun, Peter Haase, Jennifer Kim, and Zino Bogachek. Other notable lessons have been with Charles Castleman, Elizabeth Pitcairn, Ricardo Cyncynates, Oleg Rylatko, Paul Arnold, and William Preucil. She has attended the Castleman Quartet Program 2013, Summit Music Festival 2015, National Orchestral Institute 2016, and Prague Summer Nights 2017. Ms. Kong is also currently teaching violin on the adjunct faculty at NOVA Loudoun, as well as Music Spectrum School for the Arts and The European Academy of Arts. She enjoys playing with her piano trio on the side, and they made their Carnegie Hall debut at Weill in September 2019.
GIPAC高级小提琴教师Anna Kong，出生于哥伦比亚特区，毕业于约翰·霍普金斯大学（Johns Hopkins University）皮博迪音乐学院（Peabody Conservatory），获得小提琴演奏音乐硕士学位。她曾与美国节日流行乐团，麦克莱恩乐团，阿灵顿爱乐乐团，亚历山大交响乐团，弗吉尼亚交响乐团，里士满交响乐团合作。她的三重奏组合曾于2019年在卡内基音乐厅表演。