Annie Wolaver Dupre is a violinist and vocalist, wife and mother. Named after her great-grandmother, Annie Moses, she was born with a love of singing. At the inspiration of her mother, Annie began violin lessons the week before her fifth birthday.
A natural performer and musician, Annie excelled from a young age, winning many local, state and national competitions. At the age of 13 she made her debut as soloist with a professional orchestra and at 15 was accepted as a scholarship student to the pre-college division of the Juilliard School where she was a featured chamber musician and concert mistress of the Juilliard Pre-college Orchestra. In 2001 Annie was accepted as a scholarship student to the collegiate division of the Juilliard School.
Though her early ambitions took her to great heights as a classical musician, Annie's love for singing and the joy of making music with her siblings led her, alongside her family, to found the Annie Moses Band. Annie considers each opportunity to perform and create with her family to be a great gift.
In 2010 Annie married Scott Dupre, and they are now the parents of two children. In addition to her love of music, Annie enjoys traveling, reading, fashion, naps, cooking, and sharing great food with her family. Her epicurean passions include iced tea, dark chocolate, berries, bread pudding, fried squash, and toast.