Anne-Marie Tranchida trained at the University of Montréal, where she received degrees in music and cello performance. While there, she studied with Thérèse Motard and Yuli Turovski, and performed with the University of Montréal Symphony Orchestra and the University Baroque Orchestra under Jean-François Rivest. She has toured the United States with productions of The King And I, 1776, and Godspell. She was the cellist for the Off-Broadway productions of The Prince and the Pauper and Lingoland, and played on both original cast recordings. An active freelance musician in the New York/Tri-State area, she performs with Westchester Chamber Symphony, Astoria Symphony, The Orchestra of the Bronx, and Manhattan Chamber Orchestra. She has led her wedding music business, Ensemble Champlain, for the last eight years and has performed for many happy couples in the Tri-State Area.
She served as a Presenting Artist for Music Outreach: Learning Through Music Inc, providing workshops in New York City public schools. A trained Suzuki instructor, she has been honored to serve as the cello teacher at The Dwight School since 2010.