Young Russian soprano Anna Denisova debuted at the Mariinsky Theatre as Prilepa/ The Queen of Spades during the Stars of the White Nights festival 2015, under the baton of Valery Gergiev. Her repertoire at the Mariinsky includes Nannetta/ Falstaff, Marfa/ The Tsar’s Bride, Princess Unearthly-Beauty/ Kaschey the Immortal, Zerlina/ Don Giovanni, Suor Genovieffa/ Suor Angelica, Waldvogel/ Siegfried, Blumenmädchen/ Parsifal, Barbarina/ Le Nozze di Figaro, Dunyasha/ War and Peace, Jouvenot / Adriana Lecouvreur (with Anna Netrebko in the title role) as well as Zamarashka in R.Schedrin’s A Christmas Tale. With the Mariinsky Orchestra she sang the soprano solos in Haydn's Creation, Händel’s Messiah, Bach’s Mass in B minor and Orff’s Carmina Burana. She has toured with the theatre to Baden-Baden and Paris.
With the PromFest in Estonia, under the baton of Erki Pehk, Anna Denisova has performed Micaëla/ Carmen and Violetta/ La Traviata. With the open-air festival Altogether Opera in Saint Petersburg, she appeared as Luisa/ Prokofiev’s Betrothal in a Monastery and as Ludmila/ Ruslan I Ludmila, conducted by Fabio Mastrangelo. As a student she sang Marfa/ Tsar’s Bride with the Saint Petersburg Conservatory Opera and Helen in Hindemith’s There and back again at the Saint Petersburg Hermitage Theatre. Her repertoire includes also Bach’s Magnificat, Mozart’s Litaniae, Rachmaninov’s Bells and Schubert’s Mass in E flat major.
Anna Denisova won 3rd prize at the Glinka Competition 2019, 2nd prize at “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg” 2018, 2nd prize at the Zara Dolukhanova Competition “Amber Nightingale” 2016, 1st prize at the Jakub Pustina Competition in Czech Republic 2014 and 2nd prize at the Klaudia Taev Competition 2013 in Estonia. She began her studies at the Khabarovsk Regional College of the Arts. After winning 1st prize at the New Names competition 2010 and the Denis Matsuev Prize, she enrolled at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory, graduating in 2016 followed by postgraduate studies.