s a soprano soloist Anna Miklashevich has performed with many chamber, orchestral and vocal ensembles on the international stage. She is praised for her profound interpretations of works spanning several centuries from medieval to contemporary music. Her wide-ranging concert activities have led her to perform at leading European music festivals such as Utrecht Early Music Festival (Netherlands), Lucerne Festival (Switzerland), AMUZ (Belgium) and Via Mediaeval (Germany). A baroque specialist, Anna Miklashevich has performed in works such as Handel‘s Messiah, Bach’s Passions, Monteverdi’s Vespers and Schütz‘s Christmas’ Story. In 2015 Anna Miklashevich won the Third International Early Music Competition in Poznan, Poland. In 2018 she was a finalist of the International Opera Competition Adriana Maliponte in Milan, Italy. In 2017 she participated in a production of Philip Glass’s opera Einstein on the Beach at the Dortmund Opera. She is featured in the recordings of Fauvel's Proposal to Fortune with Ensemble Labyrinthus and Marc Mauillon, Mediva‘s Sequences as well as the newly released Splendor da Ciel with the ensemble La Morra. From 2016 to 2018 Anna taught ensemble singing at the International Summer Course for Early Music «Halewynstichting» in Bruges, Belgium.
Anna Miklashevich received her first musical training playing piano and singing in a girl’s choir in her home town near Moscow. In 2012 she graduated with honours as a choir conductor from the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. To pursue her interest in Baroque music, she continued her studies at the Schola Cantorum in Basle, Switzerland with Ulrich Messthaler and Rosa Dominguez. Anna Miklashevich participated in masterclasses with Andreas Scholl, Sara Mingardo, Alessandro di Marchi and Anthony Rooley. In 2017 Anna was selected to take part in Margreet Honig’s program “School of Excellence” at the Musik Akademie in Basle. Currently, Anna is living in Basle and furthering her studies with Margreet Honig in Amsterdam.