"I listened more than I studied...
therefore little by little my knowledge and ability were developed."
Anh Rozman was praised by Radio Courtoisie Paris:
“Anh has always shown a studious attitude to work and a great ability to adapt to her changes of life and cultures. She has developed very fine artistic gifts-great sensitivity and impeccable technique!”. Conscious of her native culture which was influenced by French and American presence, Anh channels her imagination and emotion into her playing. Although she speaks three languages, Anh enjoys expressing her feelings mainly through music - the universal language. Her extensive 10 years of training in Paris expanded her comprehension of the subtle, exotic Asian influence in French’s impressionist composer and Debussy‘s piano compositions.
Anh Rozman has been teaching world class methods such as the Faber Adventures, Schirmer’s Library and Suzuki method to students in Paris, New York City and Connecticut since 2008. Her best students have performed at Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall and won many prizes at prestigious festivals like Steinway & Sons junior piano competition, Elite International Music competition, Deborah Kahan competition, Young Artist Showcase, and Suzanne Culley competition. She is also in the faculty of Stamford Music & Arts Academy, NewTown Suzuki Music School and Ridgefield Suzuki School. She's committed to ensuring that the classical genre continues to be popular with the younger generation of today.
Born in Hanoi, Anh Nguyen Rozman began playing piano at the age of 4. Her early talent was nurtured by a painter father and a cellist mother. She trained at Vietnam National Academy of Music in Hanoi with Dr. Tran Thu Ha & Dang Thai Son until 16 when she was discovered by French conductor Nicolas Kruger. She was awarded a scholarship from ‘’Children of the Mekong’’ to pursue advanced study in Paris at the National Conservatory of Boulogne and Conservatory Regional Influence of Rueil-Malmaison. In the class of Marie Paule Siruguet, Pascal Amoyel and Hortense Cartier Bresson, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance and Chamber Music with unanimous distinction.
While in France, Anh performed at the Arcs Festival, the Ratilly Castle Summer Program, Pozzo di Borgo Mansion and the International Master Class in Luxembourg with many well-known pianists including Alain Planes, Bruno Rigutto and Brigitte Engerer. In the U.S., Anh performed for discerning, sophisticated audiences locally, regionally and across the nation including New York Opera Exchange, United Nation Association, ASEAN Women's Circle and at the Embassy of Vietnam in Washington DC with private and diplomatic functions. Her interpretation of the Vietnamese & American National Anthems was recognized by the Vietnamese Ambassador, Secretary of State John Kerry and Senator John McCain.
At Embassy of Vietnam in the U.S.
First photo playing piano At 4 years old
With her cellist Mom