Pianist Anne Waltner has performed on five continents in numerous solo and collaborative roles. Currently assistant professor of music at Eastern Mennonite University, she is regarded both as a demanding teacher and a highly artistic performer. At EMU she coordinates the music theory sequence and the collaborative piano program and teaches studio piano. Previously she taught at West Virginia State University, Woodstock School in Mussoorie, India, and at the Rainey Institute in Cleveland, Ohio. A graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music with a doctor of musical arts degree and an artist diploma in collaborative piano, she studied with Anita Pontremoli and Olga Radosavljevich. Waltner received her master’s and bachelor’s degrees in solo piano performance from Chicago College of Performing Arts with Ludmila Lazar, and from Goshen College with Marvin Blickenstaff, respectively.