“Wu's bright, incisive tone approached the ideal....melting beauty...This artist, it seems, can do anything.”—The Mercury News
A U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts, Annie Wu is the First Prize winner of the 2016 James Pappoutsakis Flute Competition, the 2014 Yamaha Young Performing Artist Competition, YoungArts Foundation’s 2014 YoungArts National Competition, and the 2011 National Flute Association’s High School Soloist Competition, where she was the youngest winner in the competition’s history. She has been soloist with the San Francisco Symphony, Vienna International Orchestra, California Symphony, Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, Livermore-Amador Symphony, Diablo Symphony Orchestra, and the San Jose Chamber Orchestra. She recently self-released her debut album, They Call Me Mignon: 11 variations on a voice, and graduated from Harvard University in Comparative Literature. As a student of a five-year dual degree program between Harvard and the New England Conservatory, she also received her Master’s degree in Flute Performance.