Angela Anzai began her piano studies at the age of seven with Russian-native pianist Aza Boguslavsky, in Atlanta, Georgia. Ms. Anzai’s passion for performance has led her participate in numerous recitals and become an experienced competitor of annual in-state competitions receiving top ratings in local and state-wide organizations from the Georgia Music Teachers Association, Georgia Music Educators Association, and the Georgia Bach Competition.
In 2014, Ms. Anzai earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance at Kennesaw State
University, where she studied with Professor Emeritus David Watkins and Dr. Soohyun Yun. Through the course of her studies, Ms. Anzai has been invited to perform in several recitals as a scholarship recipient of the Atlanta Steinway Society, and participated in masterclasses with renowned artists such as Lisa Kaplan of Eighth Blackbird and Julie Coucheron.
In addition to her solo performances, Ms. Anzai has performed with the KSU Symphony Orchestra,
Opera Theatre, and Wind Ensemble. She has also performed with various chamber ensembles
performing multi-movement works by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, and Dvořák, and participated in
masterclasses with Alisa Weilerstein and The Ying Quartet.
Ms. Anzai enjoys teaching students of all ages and diversities and hopes to impart her passion for music with the same standard of excellence she has come to know.