Loi Anne Eyring is in her fifty-first season since joining the Utah Symphony at age 16. She received her BA from the University of Utah and was a full scholarship student at the Manhattan School of Music in NYC. The winner of numerous prizes and competitions, including the National Congress of Strings Competition, the Piatigorsky Chamber Music Competition, and the title of Miss Utah, Loi Anne was also awarded the Most Talented Musician at the Miss America Pageant.
She has studied with Raphael Drurian, Sascha Jacobson, Berl Senofsky, and Raphael Bronstein and has performed seasons with the San Francisco Symphony and Opera Co., Oakland Symphony, Western Opera, and Springfield Symphony. She has also soloed with the Utah Symphony and has performed as a recitalist and with chamber ensembles, including the Guarneri Duo with Leonard Braus. She was a soloist on the Utah Arts Tour many years. A memorably fun performance was when she played the Bach Concerto for Two Violins with the comedian, Jack Benny.
She and her husband, Harden, have been married for forty-five years. They have five children and nine grandchildren.