Anna Ellsworth

Praised for her “clear, sparkling tone” (South Florida Classical Review), award winning
harpist Anna Ellsworth is in demand as a performer of both solo and orchestral music.
As a winner of the Anne Adams Award, Ellsworth was featured in the opening concert of
the 42nd American Harp Society National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Additionally, she was
a two time winner of the Boston Harp Festival’s Stars of Tomorrow competition, subsequently
performing in the festival’s Stars of Tomorrow concerts, and has won prizes in the Korean International Harp Competition and the Young Artist’s Harp Competition.
Ellsworth has made solo appearances alongside the Hemenway Strings, Miami Music
Festival Orchestra, and Boston Conservatory Conductor’s Orchestra. As an orchestral musician,
she holds associate harp positions with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Portland Symphony
Orchestra, and Boston Lyric Opera, and has participated in summer orchestra festivals such as
the Texas Music Festival, Orchestra of the Americas, Miami Music Festival, and Brevard Music
Center.
Ellsworth holds degrees from Yale University’s School of Music and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. Past teachers include June Han, Ina Zdorovetchi, and Jude Mollenhauer.