Anime’BOP! is the result of three colleagues exploring the exciting sound possibilities for the piano and double reeds. The ensemble was launched after winning Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society Major Audition, and is devoted to performing a wide range musical styles, as well as discovering new compositions through commissions and arrangements. Its members are:

Bassoonist Linda Morton Fisher is currently principal with the Pittsburgh Opera, Ballet Theatre, Civic Light Opera and the Lancaster (OH) Festival Orchestras, as well as instructor of bassoon at the University of Pittsburgh.

Oboist Robin Driscoll is principal with the Pittsburgh Opera and Ballet Theatre as well as the Wheeling Symphony. He appears throughout the United States as a soloist and has played with such orchestras as Cleveland, Pittsburgh , Atlanta and  St. Louis Symphonies.

Pianist Robert Frankenberry leads a multi-faceted career as a tenor, pianist and conductor, performing regularly in Chicago, New York and Pittsburgh. Robert is currently artistic administrator for the Opera Theatre of Pittsburgh, and is a member of the IonSound Project and Music on the Edge Chamber Ensemble.