Born: May 30, 1953
Anne LeBaron has studied with Frederic Goossen, Bülent Arel, Daria Semegen, Mauricio Kagel, György Ligeti, Wen-Chung Chou, Jack Beeson, and Mario Davidowsky. She is a harpist and improvises with many groups, including the LeBaron/Smith/Dixon trio and the LeBaron Quintet. She taught at Stony Brook, the University of Alabama, and Columbia University. She composed Concerto for Active Frogs (1975) and Strange Attractors for large orchestra (1987), and has received many awards and commissions.