Born in Kislovodsk, Anna completed her studies at the department of academic singing at the Gnesin Music College (R. Lisitsyan’s class) in 2004, after which she enrolled at the Gnesin Russian Music Academy’s faculty of singing. In 2001, she received a Sergei Leiferkus grant from the Vladimir Spivakov Fund.
In 2005, she made her Bolshoi Theatre debut where she sang several roles as Nannetta ,(Falstaff), Pamina ,and ,Papagena ,(Die Zauberfloete), Xenia ,(Mussorgsky’s ,Boris Godunov), Liu ,(Turandot), Prilepa ,(The Queen of ,Spades), Ninetta ,(Prokofiev’s ,The Love for Three Oranges), Tanya ,(Desyatnikov’s ,The Children of ,Rosenthal), Sirin ,(Rimsky-Korsakov’s ,The Legend of ,the Invisible City of ,Kitezh and of ,the Maiden Fevronia), Musetta ,(La ,Bohème), Micaela ,(Carmen), Adele ,(Die Fledermaus) and Marfa ,(The Tsar’s Bride)
She has also in , her repertoire Adina ,(Donizetti’s ,L’Elisir d’Amore), Title role ,(Handel’s ,Alcina), Donna Anna ,(Don Giovanni), The Swan Queen ,(Rimsky-Korsakov’s ,Tale of ,Tsar Saltan) and Marguerite ,(Faust)
In 2003, she was invited to take part in the14th Chaliapin Season at Mineralnye vody (Stavrapol Kray) and in the Christmas Festival in Dusseldorf. In 2006, she sang Susanna in a concert performance of ,Le Nozze di Figaro ,(Moscow International Performance Arts Center, conductor Teodor Currentzis), she also sang this role at the premiere of this opera the at the Novosibirsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre (conductor Teodor Currentzis, director Tatjana Guerbaca). She participated in Irina Arkhipova Fund project ,Russian Chamber Vocal Lyric – from Glinka to Sviridov.
Among recent and future engagements Il viaggio a Reims at Bolshoi and Le convenienze ed incovenienze teatrali at the Oprnhaus in Zurich.