Anna Sysovástarted her clarinet studies in Prague at the age of 12. Later on, she had studied at High School of Music in Prague and Prague Conservatory both in the class of prof. Milan Polák. During that studies, she was chosen to perform Jean Francaix’s Theme and Variations with Prague Symphony Orchestra in Rudolfinum in May 2014.
Starting 2014 she attended Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno in the shared class of prof. Milan Polák and doc. Vít Spilka. She is laureate of many international competitions – Chieri International Competition (Italy) 2017 – 3rd Prize, Concorso per Clarinetto Carlino (Italy) 2015 – 1st Prize, International Competition for Woodwinds in Wroclaw(Poland) 2014 – 1st Prize, Markneukirchener Wettbewerb(Germany) 2014 – 1st Prize, Czech Clarinet Art Hořice (Czech Republic) 2014 – 1st Prize plus a prize for the best czech competitor and Pro Bohemia Ostrava (Czech Republic) 2013 – 2nd Prize plus Bohuslav Martinů Foundation Prize. In the spring of 2015 she received The Oleg Podgorny Prize for the youngest and most successful participant at Prague Spring Competition 2015. As for her engagement in chamber music, Anna is a scholarship member of Academy of Chamber Music in the Czech Republic and since 2018 of Villa Musica in Germany. She is a member of two stable chamber groups based in Prague – Kalabis Quintet and Slavic Trio. Between years 2016 and 2018 she was a member of the Orchestra Academy of Brno Philharmonic. In the past two years she has been a member of both significant youth orchestras in Europe – Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester and The European Union Youth Orchestra. In the academic year 2018/2019, Anna is studying with Andrew Marriner at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London as a part of Erasmus+ programme.