Anna Wedlock is a fiddler and violinist, with a wide range of playing interests, including celtic, bluegrass, pop, and classical. After meeting Natalie MacMaster, she was inspired to begin celtic fiddle lessons, before beginning classical violin studies with Isabelle Fournier (RCM, U.K.). At Dalhousie University, she studied with renowned violinist Philippe Djokic (Juilliard) and at the University of Otago, New Zealand, she studied with Tessa Petersen (Royal College Of Music, UK). Anna is an active freelance violinist and is the founding member of The Bela String Quartet. Along with her teaching studio, she has a busy gig schedule, playing regularly with Willie Stratton, the Franklin Brewery Boys, the Big Country Ramblers, and the Big Island Trio. Past collaborations include: Rod Stewart, E.B. Anderson and the Resolutes, the Chris Martin Trio, composer Mike Hastings, the Nova Scotia Youth Orchestra.
- BA with Combined Honours, Music & English, University of King’s College, Dalhousie University
- Diploma in Extended Studies, University of Otago, N.Z.