Originally training at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Anna has worked extensively as a composer and singer working across opera and theatre settings. She won the 2015 Edmund Rubbra Prize for her orchestral work, A Berlin Diary, based upon Christopher Isherwood's Berlin novels.
This came after years of writing pop songs which can still be found on a brilliantly nostalgic Myspace page.
She has since written and arranged music for new productions for Shakespeare's Globe, Barbican, Marlowe Canterbury and GSMD. As an artistic associate of Southwark Cathedral, Anna had produced and composed music for numerous varied concerts and events including the Buta Festival of Azeri Arts and Steven Lawrence Foundation. Her musical theatre work "Anything But Normal," commissioned by the acclaimed Spirit Young Performers' Company has had almost 500,000 views on YouTube to date.
Since 2017, Anna has been a member of award-winning early music ensemble Mediaeval Baebes, recently nominated for two Emmy Awards for the title track to ITV's hit-period drama, Victoria .