Anne Akiko Meyers - Media

  Anne on the cover of the April 2016 issue of Strings

In this interview w/ SF Examiner's Elijah Ho, Anne talks about her music education, techniques, her new recording American Masters, and her musical path as a violinist.
  Interview w/ San Francisco Examiner

Anne talks about her new album The American Masters, featuring Samuel Barber's Violin Concerto, Mason Bates' new Violin Concerto, and Corigliano's "Lullaby" w/ the London Symphony Orchestra and conductor Leonard Slatkin.
  Musical Toronto: Anne Akiko Meyers celebrates the American Masters

  WQXR Café Concert

A VoA video about Anne's Vieuxtemps violin.
  Rare Violins Inspire Awe

Anne's in NPR's Studio 1 with her Guarneri violin.
  The Soul Of The World's Most Expensive Violin

Anne Akiko Meyers talks to Trib-Live about the Bates Violin Concerto premiere in this concert preview.
  Anne Akiko Meyers premieres Mason Bates Violin Cto w/ Pittsburgh Symphony

Minnesota Public Radio's New Classical Tracks (with Julie Amacher), reviews Anne's new release on Koch Records: Smile, and speaks with Anne about the personal connection she feels with each work on the album.
  New Classical Tracks: Love letters to composers

Anne speaks with about her new album, "Smile", what it's like working with independent label Koch Records, why she likes playing in night clubs, and about other upcoming projects.
  Anne speaks with

Anne performs Charlie Chaplin's "Smile" and Harold Arlen's "Somewhere over the Rainbow"
  Anne speaks with WNYC's John Schaeffer on Soundcheck, recorded on Feb. 3, 2009

Anne plays a live studio peformance and discusses her new album "Smile", recorded on Jan. 29, 2009.
  Live Studio Performance with WQXR's Elliott Forrest

As John Schaefer tells us, Anne visits one of her favorite local sound spots with producer Brian Wise, and explains just what makes this locale so special. Click here to find her spot on the map.
  Anne is a guest on WNYC's Soundcheck

After nearly three decades of performing, American violinist and top-selling recording artist Anne Akiko Meyers has seen it all. In this episode, she discusses her beginnings on major stages of the world, conquering stage fright, her passion for new music, and her relationship with audiences. She also tells a moving story of early struggles and doubts that led to renewed passion for performance.

Anne talks about the collaborative process in the making of the Mason Bates Violin Concerto. Special footage with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony and London Symphony Orchestra, with Leonard Slatkin.

Anne Akiko Meyers has been given exclusive lifetime loan of the most iconic violin ever created. The 'Ex-Vieuxtemps' Guarneri Del Gesu, dated 1741.

Anne’s newest album, “Seasons…Dreams” is out on Sept. 28, 2010.  In the official album EPK, she talks about the album’s major work, Beethoven “Spring” Sonata, and the resulting “bloom” of works that journey through the seasons into dreams: Debussy’s Claire de Lune, Wagner’s Träume, Gene Pritsker’s Variations on Sakura Sakura, Gershwin’s Summertime, a Jeff Tyzik arrangement of Autumn in New York and more.

The electronic press kit for Anne's newest album, "Smile" released by Koch Records in January 2009.

Behind the scenes of the making of Anne's newest release, The American Masters, featuring 2 world premieres by Mason Bates and John Corigliano. Also included is the Samuel Barber violin concerto, recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra, with Leonard Slatkin conducting. 

Anne talks about working with composer John Corigliano and his gorgeous composition, "Lullaby for Natalie", written for her first born daughter. Special footage with baby Natalie and the London Symphony Orchestra, with Leonard Slatkin.

Watch the EPK video for Anne's newest release for eOne Records, "Air: the Bach Album", out February 14, 2012.

Anne plays Saint-Saens 'Rondo Capriccioso' to a standing-room only crowd of 10,000 in Amsterdam's famous Museumplein, in front of the Concertgebouw. Keith Lockhart conducts the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.

The "Living St. Louis" show profiles Anne - following her early passion for music and her development into the vibrant performer she is today.

The behind the scenes of Anne's newest release, The American Masters, featuring the Barber Violin Concerto. Special scenes with the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Slatkin. 

Anne Akiko Meyers records the National Anthem.

After her record-breaking purchase of the "Molitor" Stradivarius (formerly owned by Napoleon Bonaparte!) Anne takes her new fiddle on to CNBC's "Countdown with Keith Olbermann" She plays a beautiful rendition of Gershwin's "Summertime" -- and shows off her acting skills in a hilarious gag with Olbermann himself.

At the same concert with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Anne plays Gade's gorgeous tango 'Jalousie'.