Anna completed the Music High School in Tarnów, Poland, taking majors in double bass and classical singing. Further on, she graduated with honours from the Voice and Drama Faculty at the Academy of Music in Krakow. In 2004, she was a holder of the scholarship granted by the Polish Ministry of Culture.
Following graduation, she has been developing her skills with Ingrid Kremling, Neil Semer, Kai Wessel, Charles Daniels, and Vincent Dumestre. Her field of expertise includes performance of early and contemporary music.
For many years, she has been collaborating with such ensembles as: Gabrieli Consort, Capella Cracoviensis, Silva Rerum, Harmonia Sacra, Ara Ensemble, and the Polish Radio Choir, conducted by renowned conductors: Paul McCreesh, Paul Goodwin, Andrew Parrot, Vincent Dumestre, and Helmut Rilling.
Among her greatest achievements, she names participation in the most prominent festivals in Poland, Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, Czechia, Norway, and Lithuania. She has also performed in Japan and China.
Anna has been featured in numerous studio recordings, including music for the play “Lucia Mad”, directed by Magdalena Piekorz, and “Carnival or the First Wife of Adam”, both of which premiered in the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow, an album titled “Muzykalia Łańcuckie” [Music Collections of Łańcut], and four albums recorded for Musicon label with music discovered in the Jasna Góra Monastery.
She has been pursuing her passion unceasingly by taking part in many music and theatre projects, as well as experimenting in popular music ensembles.