Anna Margolina is a jazz singer born in Belarus (Minsk) and living in Berlin.
Anna Margolina was born in Minsk, in a family of musicians and artists, where her musical education began. In 1992 she moves to Berlin and receives vocal lessons from Pascal von Wroblewsky and others.
With her ensemble, founded in 2015, she plays sold-out concerts at "The Orange Room", a concert series by JazzRadio Berlin, among others.
2019 Anna Margolina performed as a soloist of the Andrej Hermlin Swing Dance Orchestra at the Konzerthaus Dortmund, Nikolaisaal Potsdam, Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Konzerthaus Berlin and the great hall of the Philharmonie.
Her first EP "No Greater Love" is a tribute to the American Great American Songbook, on the second EP "Di Goldene Pave" she dedicates herself to the language of her ancestors and sings some songs in Yiddish. The songs on "Di Goldene Pave" radiate an incredible lightness, yet - thanks to the sensual joy of playing of Anna Margolina's band - irresistibly stimulate the senses of the listeners. The young artist sings in several languages and focuses on musical sustainability. And for her, that means not letting herself be restricted stylistically. Anna is accompanied by her band: Ruben Giannotti (trumpet, arrangement), Patrick Hamacher (saxophone), Sebastian Hamacher (piano), Philip Dornbusch (percussion), Celeste Giannotti (flute) and Hendrik Nehls (bass). On "lush life" Anna Margolina is accompanied by Declan Forde and on the title track "Di goldene Pave" bassist Paul Kleber comes into play.