The German singer with Greek-Slavic family roots has established herself in theaters in Europe and beyond with her versatile soprano and her captivating performance.

With her performance of Rusalka in the play of the same name at the Landestheater Tirol in Innsbruck, she won the award for Best Female Lead - Austrian Music Theater Prize 2018.


Her engagements include Katja in Katja Kabanova in Innsbruck and Freiburg to critical and public acclaim, Giorgetta in Il Tabarro and her debut in Verdi's Messa da Requiem at the National Theater in Costa Rica.


She has also appeared on stage as Micaëla in Carmen and as Tatiana in Eugen Onegin in Germany and abroad.


In addition to her successful opera career, Anna-Maria regularly appears in concerts with Wagner's Wesendonck-Lieder, Strauss' Vier letzte Lieder and Berlioz' Les nuits d'ete and sings chamber music / songs by Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Peter Tchaikovsky.


Anna-Maria completed her postgraduate studies B - Concert Examination (specializing in opera) at the University of Music Franz Liszt Weimar in 2015 and previously completed her diploma studies at the State Academy “Rimsky-Korsakov” in St. Petersburg. 


During her studies, she won prizes in singing competitions in Bulgaria, Austria, France, Slovakia and Germany. 




Operatic Roles Performed


L. Janáček Katja Kabanova, Katja

A. Dvořák Rusalka, Rusalka 

P. Tschaikowsky Eugen Onegin, Tatiana

G. Puccini Il tabarro, Giorgetta

G. Bizet Carmen, Micaëla

G. Verdi Nabucco, Abigaille 

K. Weil Street scene, Anna Maurrant

Ph. Glass The fall of the house of Usher, Madeline

W. Mozart Cosi fan tutte, Fiordiligi

W. Mozart Le nozze di Figaro, Contessa Almaviva



Work In Progress


G. Puccini Tosca, Tosca

G. Verdi Un ballo in Mascera, Amelia 

G. Verdi Don Carlos, Elisabetta



Symphonic Repertoire


G. Verdi Messa da Requiem (sopran solo)

R. Wagner Wesendonck Lieder

R. Strauss Vier letzte Lieder

H. Berlioz Les nuits d’été



Chamber music - recitals


Vocal cycles von F. Liszt, R. Schumann, S. Rachmaninoff und P. Tschaikowsky