Born in Moscow, at the age of 6 Anna began artistic studies as a complite theatre performing program at “Galina Vishnevskaya” College of Music and Theatre Art of Moscow. Where she gained the acting, voice, and dance skills required for interdisciplinary performers. At 12 she is a member of Theatre Arts Workshop“ШДИ” where she learn the Stanislavskij’s acting method and take an active part in most of the Theatre productions. She has an vast experience in dubbing cartoons and fairytales as well as commercial dubbing. Later on Anna decides to continue her studies abroad and at the age 16 she was admitted in the Roman Music Conservatory “Santa Cecilia”. She also completed her Master’s degree in the International Art Academy of Rome A.I.D.A. Followed by young artist program in the Rossini’s Accademy of Pesaro under the guidance of Alberto Zedda. She attended several masterclasses and recitals with Luciana D’Intino, Mariella Devia, Barbara Bonney, Eva Lindqvist and Rockwell Blake. Early on, she was invited to perform as soloist in many festivals and venues such as the Concert Hall of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, the Brandenburger Theater in Germany, the Colonna Palace concert Hall in Rome and the Russian Cultural Center in Prague.
Mean while Anna begin her operatic career by debuting the role of Cherubino in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro for Latvia’s Nazional Opera House in Riga directed by Valdis Butans and Marcello Lombardero with a well- known Marina Rebeka as a Contess.. In the young artist program “Ticino Musica” in Lugano, Switzerland, she appeared as Donna Elvira in Mozart’s Don Giovanni. You could see her as Meg Page in Verdi’s Falstaff in “Teatro della Fortuna” in Fano, Italy, directed by Roberto Parmiggiani and Ivan Stefanutti, as Suzuki in Puccini’s Madame Butterflyat the Novaya Opera Theater of Moscow directed by Jan Latham-Koenig, while for the Rome Festival she sang the role of Zweite Dame in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte. Anna also interpreted Lola in Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana in Catania Bellini’s theater, Maddalena in Rigoletto, Mercedes nella Carmen, diretta da Martins Ozolins. Dido of Purcell’s Dido and Enea with the ensemble “Mare Nostrum” conducted by Andrea de Carlo. Other concert performance include Ravel’s Shéhérazade at Santa Cecilia Concert Hall in Rome and “Selebrating Tchaikovsky ” at Russian Cultural Center of Rome and Prague. Anna song the Alto part in the Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater in the dum of Orvieto, Italy, with a baroque ensemble “Arco Magico” directed by Antonio Puccio.This production was re-corded for DVD release and broadcast on SKY ART television channel. She also took part in the baroque concert „Veni, vieni me sequere fida“ J. F. Fasch, F. Conti, G. F. Händel, A. Vivaldi with Barocco ensemble “Barockwerk” directed by Ira Hochman in Hamburg.
Anna received the Vatican Giuseppe Sciacca XVIII “Music Awards 2019” prize for her International artistic contribution. She was finalist in vocal competition Riccardo Zandonai and the winner of XIX international vocal competition for Lyric Voices “Giacomo Lauri Volpi”.
After several Theatre experiences Anna began her conspicuous concert performances all over the world, spreading the excellence of Italian music, through the search for an innovative sound language “ Crossover”. She collaborated with tenor Andrea Bocelli in his world tournee and took a part of vocal quartet “Les’Div4s” Italian Soprano.
Anna concert activity unfolds between collaborations with important foundation of tradition such as the Banda Musicale dei Carabinieri and great international events treading prestigious stages, both in Italy and abroad: in Verona – Philharmonic Theatre, Greek Theatre of Taormina, Auditorium- Parco della musica in Rome, Concert Hall “Zaryad’ye” Moscow, Dubai -Meydan Beach Club, in Beyrut -Palais des Congres Dbayeh, Mexico City -Mexico City Arena, in Kuala Lumpur-Malaysia Arena of Stars.
Anna singed in “24 mila voci” TV life Show conducted by Milly Carlucci, Rai 1, in that occasion she singed with Gloria Gaynor and Gigi D’Alessio. She singed in TV Show “Una voce per Padre Pio” broadcasted on TV2000 and Rai1.