Anna Trincher was born in August of 2001 in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Anna’s mother noticed her daughter’s ear for music when she was very little; at the age of only four, she could easily remember melodies and lyrics from unfamiliar songs and mimic them. She started attending music school at the age of nine, first focusing on a traditional Ukrainian lute, the bandura, then transitioning to vocal performance. She soon joined a local choir, where she quickly became a soloist, and the group performed all over Ukraine at a number of social and cultural events. Beyond her involvement with the choir, Anna writes songs of her own, and also plays in a band on the weekends, playing covers of famous hits with her friends.
She’s no stranger to musical competition. In the past, Anna has participated in a number of musical competitions and festivals, including the “Nightingale of Ukraine”, the “My Chance” online competition, the musical division of the International Turkish Olympiad, “New Wave” 2015, the Ukrainian edition of “The Voice Kids” (mentored by singer Natalia Mogilevska), and the 2014 Junior Eurovision National Final before clinching the ticket to Sofia with her win at this year’s National Final this past August.
Anna is very active in school, with a particular interest in Algebra and Geometry, as well as English, because it gives her the chance to communicate with new friends from all over the world.
Looking towards her future, Anna’s biggest goal at the moment is to honorably represent Ukraine at this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, but beyond that, she’d love to hold her own solo concert, with an audience full of her friends, family, and fans. Her biggest dream, however, is to perform a duet with Beyoncé.
Anna finds support in her family and close friends as she moves forward in her path to become a singer, but it’s her belief in both God and herself that drives her in both her creative work as well as her day-to-day life.