Born in Germany, violinist Annette Homann began playing violin at the age of six. She has
toured extensively with several groups and ensembles, performing throughout Europe and North America.
From 2005-2016 Annette lived in New York where she gained a wide range of musical experience.
After receiving her Masters Degree from Manhattan School of Music Annette joined the critically acclaimed theatrical violin show Barrage – “A high-octane fiddle-fest that features an international, multi-talented cast performing an
eclectic mix of music, song and dance”. Ms. Homann toured with the group for 3 years,
playing over 200 show each year throughout Europe, USA, Canada, Central America and
China. Annette enjoyed an active freelance career in New York after leaving the tour. Her eclectic talents allow
her to navigate effortlessly through many musical genres including Bluegrass, Irish fiddling
and Jazz. Sh performed at various venues including Carnegie Hall, Avery
Fischer Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Symphony Space & Brooklyn Bowl.She began writing music as well and released her first album "Heimatgefühle" in 2015 experimenting with combining unique string accompaniments with her own voice and theatrical aspects. In 2016 she decided it was time to go back to her roots and moved to Berlin where she continued being a very active freelancer for TV and shows with artists such as Michael Bublé, Alex Christensen and Howard Carbondale She loves being in the string section for big shows! Next to it she continued composing and realized that her bog passion lies in writing instrumental music for solo violin or small string ensembles. Her style can be described as classical crossover. She is about to release her second album called "Violin Sentiments" with original compositions.