Violinist Ann Marie Bermont is a prize winner of the Alexander & Buono International String Competition, and is an International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition semi-finalist. Ann has made international appearances with the Bachakademie Stuttgart, Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, New Jersey Philharmonic, Phantom of the Opera, and Lucerne Festival Academy. At home she has appeared at The Kennedy Center, DiMenna Center for Classical Music, and numerous times at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, as a long-time member of Distinguished Concerts International. In 2014, Ann, along with cellist Luke Krafka, founded the Halcyon Chamber Series, an ever-evolving NYC based chamber music ensemble.
Ann received her performance degree from The Boston Conservatory. Post-graduation she continued her studies in New York with Neil Weintrob and Mela Tenenbaum. Ann is also a practicing attorney and Head of Legal at Smaato, Inc., a global adtech company.