Cellist Anna Hurt is a devoted performer and teacher. Driven by her love of music, Anna
teaches at several locations in the greater Cleveland area while performing across the nation.
Admired for her chamber music performances, Anna co-founded the award winning Autana
Trio, with whom she won the bronze medal at the 2015 Fischoff National Chamber Music
Competition. She is a founding member of the Mosa String Quartet and the Cleveland Cello
Quartet with whom she performs frequently around the Cleveland area.
Believing that education on all levels is essential to the future of classical music, Anna is
passionately involved in teaching the next generation of musicians and music lovers. Sought
after for her experience and charismatic personality, Anna teaches in her own private studio and
at the Music Settlement in University Circle.
Born into a musical family, Anna fell in love with the cello at a young age and began studying
with her mother at the age of four. In 2009, she was accepted to the Cleveland Institute of Music
studying with Cavani Quartet cellist, Merry Peckham. Anna continued at CIM to receive her
masters degree in Cello Performance where she studied under Grammy Nominated cellist,
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CityMusic Cleveland strives for more as it approaches its 15th season Story and photography by Michael C. Butz On a sweltering and stormy evening in mid-May, the Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus presented a special Saturday night service, of sorts. It was a program that typically takes place only four times a year at the […]
With generous support from the Cleveland Foundation, CityMusic Cleveland has embarked on a mission to enhance our digital footprint to more fully engage with our local communities, especially younger audiences. Our social media consultant has documented the strategy so far as a resource for other non-profits who may struggle to find the resources to devote to digital media. (link to social media resource page)