Anne Hooper Webb is a free-lance violinist in Boston, primarily affiliated with the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston and the Boston Philharmonic. She is on the faculty of the Rivers School Conservatory, the New School of Music, and adjunct professor at Eastern Nazarene College. Since 1987, she has performed annual violin recitals, dedicated to The Hunger Project.
After earning a Bachelor of Science in Music at the Mannes College of Music, New York, she played for nine years in Europe, first with the Camerata Academica of Salzburg and subsequently with the Symphonie-orchester Graunke (now Münchner Symphoniker) of Munich. She played for nine summer seasons in the orchestra of the Festival dei due Mondi, in Spoleto, Italy.
Under her other guise as a Scottish fiddler, Ms. Hooper Webb was winner of the 1993 and 1998 U.S. National Scottish Fiddling Championships. She has performed and acted as music director for numerous concerts of Scottish music and dance, produced by the Boston Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS Boston).