Anna graduated in double bass and classical singing (soprano) at the Music High School in Tarnów. Further on, she continued her education at the Voice and Drama Faculty of the Academy of Music in Krakow (diploma with honours). In 2004, she was a recipient of the scholarship granted by the Polish Ministry of Culture.
She has been developing her skills during master classes led by Ingrid Kremling, Neil Semer, Kai Wessel, Charles Daniels and Vincent Dumestre, among the others.
For many years, she has been collaborating with ensembles: Gabrieli Consort, Le Poème Harmonique, Vox Luminis, Collegium 1704, Cappella Neapolitana, Vasa Consort and Capella Cracoviensis, led by renowned conductors: Paul Goodwin, Andrew Parrott, Vincent Dumestre, Antonio Florio, Václav Luks, Lionel Meunier and Fabio Bonizzoni.
Among her greatest achievements, she names participation in the most prominent festivals in Poland, Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, Czechia, Norway, and Lithuania. She has also performed in Japan and China.
Anna has featured in numerous studio recordings, including music for the theatre plays Lucia Mad, directed by Magdalena Piekorz, and Carnival or the First Wife of Adam, both of which premiered at the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Kraków, an album titled Muzykalia łańcuckie [Music Collections of Łańcut], four albums recorded for the Musicon label with music discovered at the Jasna Góra Monastery, also the recording of contemporary opera Oresteja by Agata Zubel in cooperation with Polish Radio, in which she performed the role of Kassandra, as well as recordings of psalms by Mikołaj Gomółka under the artistic direction of Agnieszka Budzińska-Bennett.