Anite Stroh


2018 Fellow

Student Sponsorship by Civia & Irwin H. Rosenberg

Anite Stroh, a German violinist of Russian descent, has enjoyed many successes in national and international competitions. She is a prize winner of several competitions, including the Beethoven Hradec’c Violin Competition in the Czech Republic and the Jascha Heifetz International Competition in Lithuania.

Concerto engagements have brought Stroh to many countries including Germany, Portugal, Italy, France, Lithuania, Ukraine, Austria, Romania, and the United States. Stroh has performed as a soloist with multiple orchestras, such as the Kremerata Baltica in Lithuania, the Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra in Ukraine, the Oltenia Philharmonic Orchestra in Romania, and the Lower Saxon State Orchestra in Germany.

As a chamber musician, Stroh was a member of the Hanover based Hammerstein Piano Trio, whose performances brought them throughout Germany and a tour in China and Hong Kong.

Stroh received many awards and scholarships in Germany, including the Gundlach Stiftung and LMN- Yehudi Menuhin Scholarship. She is a Laureate of the “Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben Hamburg”. Stroh plays a violin by Lorenzo Ventapane (Neapel, 1806).

Stroh began to play the violin when she was three years old. She entered the Hochschule fuer Musik, Theater und Medien, Hanover at age 16, joining the class of Krzysztof Wegrzyn where she finished her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in 2015 and 2017. She is currently pursuing an artist diploma at the Shepherd School of Music, Rice University where she studies with Cho-liang Lin.