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Jacqueline Anderson



Biography

Violinist Jacqueline Zuelzer Anderson is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music; she studied violin with Joseph Silverstein and Berl Senofsky, and composition with Nadia Boulanger and Daniel Pinkham. She has attended both the Tanglewood Festival and Fontainebleau School of Music. Prior to joining the National Symphony Orchestra in 1967, she played with the Richmond Symphony. Other ensembles with which Ms. Anderson has performed are the Baroque Music Works, the Alexandria Quartet, the Gagliano Trio, 20th Century Consort, the Avalon Chamber Players, and different groups of National Symphony Orchestra members for the National Symphony Orchestra Prelude concerts. At the Smithsonian she has performed on period instruments. In addition to performing and teaching on the violin and the viola, Ms. Anderson also teaches the piano, and is active as a singer, mainly in the French and German lieder repertoire. Frequently, on chosen Sunday nights, she opens her home for house concerts.
Jacqueline Anderson