17-year-old Latvian violinist Anna Štube has astounded audiences with her depth of expression and zest for the instrument throughout her international performance career devoted to sharing the compassion and humanity of music. Featured on CBC Music’s 2022 ‘30 Under 30’ roster, Anna made her solo debut at age 13 with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra after receiving the Grand Prize at the Canadian Music Competition. She has been the recipient of numerous accolades for her artistry including First Prize at the 2019 OSM Manulife Competition as their youngest ever winner. Anna was recently a semi ﬁnalist of the 2022 Cooper International Violin Competition and has performed with orchestras including the Calgary Civic Symphony and Kensington Sinfonia. A passionate chamber musician, Anna has collaborated with preeminent artists including an appearance on NPR’s ‘From The Top’ program in 2019 with Paul Katz and alongside the Kronos Quartet as part of their ‘Fifty For The Future’ project. As a founding member of Trio Savyon, Anna completed a recital tour in Israel with subsequent performances at the renowned Rockport Chamber Music Festival in 2019 and for the Calgary Philharmonic Society. Anna was recently invited back to the Rockport Festival concert series as a soloist in 2022. She has also worked with distinguished musicians such as Noah Bendix-Balgley, Christian Tetzlaﬀ, Pinchas Zukerman, Mihaela Martin, and Philip Setzer. Anna currently studies at the Royal Conservatory of Music with Jonathan Crow and Barry Shiﬀman as well as at the Mount Royal Conservatory in Calgary with William Van der Sloot.