Born in 1996 in Copenhagen, Anna began her studies at the age of five on violin and piano. From the age of eleven, Anna has been performing in venues across the Midlands, including solo and chamber concerts and concertos with orchestra. She regularly performs at the David Attenborough Centre and annually at St. Cuthbert's Church. For sixth form, Anna joined the Purcell School as a student of Ofer Falk. During her time at Purcell, Anna led the Purcell Symphony Orchestra and took part in concerts in venues such as Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Watford Colosseum. Throughout her musical career, Anna has taken part in masterclasses across Europe, with professors such as Boris Brovtsyn, Mauricio Fuks and Ning Feng.
Anna graduated at the Royal College of Music in 2018, and studied with Natalia Lomeiko. During her studies at RCM, she regularly participated in chamber masterclasses and orchestral concerts, with conductors such as Bernard Haitink and Vladimir Ashkenazy. Currently, Anna is a postgraduate scholar at the RNCM, and studies with Leland Chen and Pavel Fischer. She plays on a 1770 Gagliano loaned to her by Benslows Music Trust.