The winner of many international awards and competitions, including a Gold Medal at the 1992 "Amadeus" National Competition and the Bach Prize at the Ettlingen International Competition, Anna Saradjian was born into a family of musicians. She has received her first lessons from her late grandfather, pianist and composer Gyorgy Saradjev, who was also one of the founders of the Armenian Piano School, after which she continued her studies with her father, the Professor Sergei Sarajian.
In 1995, Anna received a scholarship to study with OxanaYablonskaya at the Juilliard School. During her stay in New York, she made her Carnegie Hall debut.
Obtaining her BA from Juilliard in 1999, Anna continued her education with Hamish Milne at the Royal Academy of Music, London, UK. In 2002 she was honored with the Dip RAM award, a diploma reserved for outstanding artists only. During her career, Anna has traveled throughout France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Armenia, South Africa, the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada, where she has appeared at such prestigious venues as the South Bank Centre, Wigmore Hall and the Place Des Arts. In addition, she has recorded for the Armenian National Radio and Television, as well as for BBC Radio 3.
She has been invited as an artist and teacher to the Nantucket Summer Concert Series (Boston, MA), the Semper International Music Festival (Italy), the Aragats International Music Festival (Armenia), and the Montreal Bach Festival.
His recent performances of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, and Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor, both with the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra have been highly acclaimed by the press. In addition to her solo performances, Anna greatly enjoys chamber music collaborations. She has shared the stage with cellists Alexander Chaushian and Vagram Saradjian, violinists Lydia Mordkovich, Nicola Loud and Jack Liebeck, pianists Hamish Milne, Jacob Katsnelson and Eduardo Delgado, and singers Asmik Grigorian, Gegham Grigorian, Hasmik Papian.