Anne Madison has performed throughout Europe and recorded works included on six compact discs. After earning Bachelor and Master of Music degrees with distinction from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Baylor University, she continued her studies in Europe, receiving an Artist Diploma from the Vienna Conservatory in Austria, where she concertized regularly as a soloist and as a collaborator.
Since returning to the United States, Madison has appeared on concert series in Birmingham, England; Vienna, Austria; and in the Midwest. She has appeared both as a piano soloist and a keyboardist with the Omaha Symphony and has performed and taught in connection with its educational outreach programs. In April of 2015, she played the world premiere of composer Jackson Berkey’s Piano Concerto-Easter 2015 with Orchestra Omaha, with whom she also performed Rachmaninoff’s Second Piano Concerto on the final concert of the orchestra’s 10th anniversary season.
Madison is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music and is active as a clinician, speaker, and adjudicator. She serves as Chair of the Piano Department at Omaha Conservatory of Music, where she has been a member of the artist faculty since 2001. In addition, she has taught on the faculties of the Carinthia International Piano Academy in Klagenfurt, Austria and the Tyrolean International Piano Academy in Innsbruck, Austria.
Her principal instructors have included pianists Krassimira Jordan, Thomas Kreuzberger, Audun Ravnan, and Shirley Irek.