Born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in 1987, Anna Tsukervanik began her studies at the age of four at the Uspensky Specialist Music School. Her first solo performance was at the age of eight. A mere six years later, at age fourteen, she took first prize in the Glazunov International Violin Competition in Paris. She is the Grand-Prix winner of the International Violin Competition held in Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan. Anna graduated from the Uspensky School in 2007 and entered the State Conservatoire of Uzbekistan.

In 2009, Anna performed with the Gunma Youth Symphony Orchestra Festival in Tokyo, and in concert series with the Symphony Orchestra of Hamburg, Germany, conducted by Claus-Peter Modest, held in Bukhara, Uzbekistan.

In 2013, she performed a debut recital in New York City at the Lyric Chamber Music Society. Anna has served as Concertmaster of the Lynn University Philharmonia in Boca Raton, FL and Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra in Stony Brook, NY.

She would go on to participate in master classes with Leon Fleisher, Guillermo Figueroa, Aaron Berofsky, Elmar Oliveira, Wu Han, Ilya Kaler, Philip Fowke, and Mikhail Gotzdinner.

As a member of the orchestra, Anna has performed under the baton of John Nelson, Albert-George Schram, Jon Robertson, Guillermo Figueroa, Greg Ritchey, Jens Georg Bachman among others; worked and performed with such distinguished artists as Ilya Kaler, Lawrence Dutton of the Emerson String Quartet, Mark Jackobs, Yael Weiss, and Ralph Kirshbaum.

In May of 2019, Anna completed her Doctoral Degree in Violin Performance at Stony Brook University, NY. During her years at Stony Brook, Anna worked with Philip Setzer of the Emerson String Quartet, Hagai Shaham, Jennifer Frautschi, and Arnaud Sussmann.

With a culmination of experience coupled with the wealth of knowledge gained after years of honing her craft, Anna is primed to continue a fulfilling journey of musical success -- never losing sight of her foundations, while forging a bold and bright future ahead on the path to professional violinist mastery.