Born in Hanoi, Anh Nguyen Rozman began playing piano at the age of 4. Her early talent was nurtured by a painter father and a cellist mother. She trained at Vietnam National Academy of Music in Hanoi with Dr. Tran Thu Ha & Dang Thai Son until 16 when she was discovered by French conductor Nicolas Kruger. She was awarded a scholarship from ‘’Children of the Mekong’’ to pursue advanced study in Paris at the National Conservatory of Boulogne and Conservatory Regional Influence of Rueil-Malmaison. In the class of Marie Paule Siruguet, Pascal Amoyel and Hortense Cartier Bresson, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance and Chamber Music with unanimous distinction.
Anh Rozman has been teaching world class methods such as the Faber Adventures, Schirmer’s Library and Suzuki method to students in Paris, New York City and Connecticut since 2008. Her best students have performed at Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall and won many prizes at prestigious festivals like Steinway & Sons junior piano competition, Elite International Music competition, Deborah Kahan competition, Young Artist Showcase, and Suzanne Culley competition. She is also on the faculty of Stamford Music & Arts Academy, Newtown Suzuki Music School and Ridgefield Suzuki School. She's committed to ensuring that the classical genre continues to be popular with the younger generation of today.