Violinist Anna Gribkova started violin studies at the age of five at Minsk Academy in her native Belarus. She continued her education at the Special School of Music affiliated with the St. Petersburg Conservatory in the class of Professor Savely Shalman.
Following her concert debut in Italy in 2009, Ms. Gribkova has performed in recitals and as a soloist with orchestras at numerous venues in Belarus, Europe, and Russia.
In 2014, Anna received the Glazunov Foundation Scholarship and one year later, she was awarded a scholarship to participate at the Summer Music Academy in Murren, Switzerland. She was admitted to the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory of Music in St. Petersburg at the age of 17. Currently, Ms. Gribkova is a Woodruff Scholar at the Schwob School of Music studying with Prof. Sergiu Schwartz, the William B. and Sue Marie Turner Distinguished Chair in Violin. In March 2018, Anna performed with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra as a winner of the CSU/Schwob Conservatory of music Concerto Competition at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts in Columbus, GA.