Ann Fink joined the first violin section of the Saint Louis Symphony in 2013. Before becoming a member of the Saint Louis Symphony, Fink performed as a violin fellow with New World Symphony in Miami Beach. She holds bachelor's and master’s degrees in music from the Juilliard School, and also studied at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. Fink is a past winner of the Kate Neal Kinley Memorial Fellowship from the University of Illinois. She has performed with the Opera in the Ozarks, the National Repertory Orchestra, the Spoleto Orchestra, the Schleswig Holstein Festival Orchestra, and the Verbier Festival Orchestra and has studied with Alexander Kerr, Elmar Oliveira, Carol Cole, Hyo Kang, and Sergiu Schwartz. Fink performed Wieniawski’s Concerto No. 2 with the New World Symphony under the baton of Tito Munoz after she was selected as one of the 2012-13 New World Symphony concerto competition winners. A certified Suzuki Violin teacher, Ann Fink has worked as violin faculty at the Preparatory Center at Brooklyn College, Lucy Moses School, the Music Institute of Long Island, and Maryville University. She is an active member of the Chamber Music Society of St Louis, and the St Louis Symphony's Community Partnership program, playing chamber music and bringing music education across the St Louis community.