Anne Nagosky 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. She has been a full-time violinist with the Omaha Symphony since 1998 and is an active performer in the Omaha area. She has appeared regularly on the Omaha Chamber Music Society's Summer Concert Series and Music as Medicine series, in addition to the Vespers Series and the Meadowlark Music Festival in Lincoln.
Anne is also the director of a large private studio of pre-college violinists and violists. Her students are featured regularly with the Omaha Symphony and in other local events. They have also appeared on TV and radio and in articles in the Omaha World-Herald and Her Family Magazine. In 2008, Anne 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 chapter of the Music Teachers National Association. In recent years, Anne has helped to create and develop the Symphony's string residency program, "All Aboard!", and now holds the title of Lead Residency Teacher.