Anna Siegreich was born in Israel in 1995. She began her violin studies at the age of 7, at the Israeli conservatory of music with professor Nava Milo.
She studied for her B.A with Prof. Chaim Taub and Prof. Hagai Shaham at the Buchman-Mehta school of music, Tel-Aviv. Currently she is studying for her Artist Diploma with Prof. Hagai Shaham.
Anna played as concertmaster in orchestras such as the Buchman-Mehta school of music, and also played with the Israel Philharmonic.
Between the years 2013-2015 Anna served in the army as an “outstanding musician”.
Anna had masterclasses with Itzhak Perlman, Leonidas Kavakos, Silvia Marcovici, Grigory Kalinovsky, Sean Lee, Miriam Fried, Shmuel Aschkenazi, Kato Havas, Roberto Gini and more.
She participated in the David Goldman program in the Jerusalem music centre, where she had masterclasses with great artists such as Miriam Fried, György Pauk and members of the Jerusalem Quartet, both in chamber music and solo repertoire. She also participated in the Young Israel Philharmonic orchestra.
She has participated in festivals such as Zeistermusiekdagen, “Musethica” festival, “Tibor Varga” and more.
Anna is also a participant in the “Perlman Music Program” in Tel-Aviv. In summer 2016 she has participated in the “Keshet Eilon” summer program. She was violinist in the “Musethica” Quartet, an ensemble which was founded by Musethica organization.
Anna received an America-Israel Cultural Foundation grant recipient. She plays a violin by Carlo Antonio Testore, kindly loaned by Mr. Yehuda Zisapel.