American violinist Shenae Anderson made her concerto debut with the Utah Symphony at age 10 at Abravanel Hall. First place prizewinner of the Stradivarius International Violin Competition: Utah Division, semifinalist of the Munetsugu Angel International Violin Competition, and recipient of the Broadus Erle Prize from the Yale School of Music, Shenae received a Bachelor’s of Music degree in 2019 from the Juilliard School where she was accepted at age 16. She is currently pursuing a Master’s of Music from the Yale School of Music where she studies with professor Ani Kavafian. Previously, she studied with Mr. Masao Kawasaki at Juilliard and Mr. Eugene Watanabe at the Gifted Music School.
As a soloist, she has performed with the Utah Symphony, Oquirrh Mountain Symphony Orchestra, Salt Lake Symphony and the Gifted Music School Orchestra. Additionally, she has performed in chamber ensembles alongside famed musicians Roberto Diaz, Joseph Silverstein and Gil Shaham.