Born in Hong Kong. Anna Vienna Ho is a versatile musician who has worked professionally as a pianist, répétiteur and composer. She has worked with many opera companies and music organizations, including Welsh National Opera, Tête à Tête Opera Festival, Opera Novella and London Gay Symphony Orchestra, among others. She has given solo recitals and performed in various concert venues in Asia and Europe, including Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Town Hall, Parco della Musica and Hong Kong City Hall.
Anna gained an Advanced Postgraduate Diploma and her Master of Music in Piano Performance from Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, where she received a number of awards and scholarships. She was a first-prize winner of numerous international competitions, including the International Robert Schumann Klavier Welttbert, Rome International Music Competition, International Moscow Music Competition, 5th Propiano International Competition, Quebec International Music Competition and Montpelier Arts Center Classical Recital Competition, among others.
Started interest in composition since secondary school, Anna's compositions were premiered worldwide by various musicians. Her String Quartet "The Forester" was premiered and broadcast on RTHK Radio 4. In 2018, her solo piano piece "Images" is included in the RMN Classical album "Modern Music for Piano". Her choral work "The Infinite Shining Heavens" was premiered by London Oriana Choir in 2019. Her opera "Buddha and the Monkey King" has been premiered at the Tête à Tête Opera Festival 2020. She was commissioned by the Birmingham Opera Company for its digital project. Recently, her composition "Fedora", for solo bass flute, has been selected and performed by Lisa Cella in the fifteen minutes of fame project.