Anna Tsybuleva was born in 1990 and grew up in the small scientific town of Nizhny Arkhyz (Karachay-Cherkess Republic, Russia). She started piano studies at the age of six, and her first piano teacher was her mother, Svetlana Tsybuleva. From 2000 to 2003 she studied at the Shostakovich Music School in Volgodonsk (Russia) in the class of Elena Vorobyova. From 2003 to 2009 Anna continued her music education at the Moscow Central Music School in the piano class of Professor Ludmila Roschina. From 2009 to 2014 she studied with the same teacher at the Moscow State Conservatory and graduated with top honours and “the best student 2014” award. At present Anna Tsybuleva is a post-graduate student at the Moscow Conservatory, while also studying at the Basel Music Academy with professor Claudio Martinez Mehner.


Alongside many solo piano recitals, since 2000 Anna has also performed with a number of important Russian orchestras, including Rostov Symphony Orchestra, Saratov Symphony Orchestra, Volgograd Philharmonic Orchestra; under conductors, such as Peter Gribanov, Ravil Martynov, Vladimir Khlebnikov, Alexander Zhigaylo, Eduard Serov and Hobart Earle (Odessa Symphony orchestra).

Anna Tsybuleva has also performed in Japan with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra under Inoue Michiyoshi and the Takamatsu Symphony Orchestra under Hideaki Hirai. She recently performed Brahms 2nd Piano Concerto with the Halle Orchestra under Sir Mark Elder in Leeds. 

In 2012 Anna Tsybuleva took part in International Gilels Piano competition in Odessa (Ukraine), where she has won the 1st prize. The same year Anna was one of the winners of prestigious Hamamatsu Piano competition (Hamamatsu, Japan). 

Anna Tsybuleva has performed at a number of international music festivals in Russia, United States, Europe and Japan.

In June 2015 Anna Tsybuleva won 1st Prize at the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition in the United Kingdom, leading to many important engagements both in the UK and internationally .

She recently debuted with the Mariinsky Orchestra and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, and performed in Paris, Germany, Luxemburg, Belgium and the UK.