Anna Romanovská Fliegerová (Czech Republic) was born in Prague in 1982. She has played the violin since she was five years old. At the age of nine she started to visit summer Master Classes in violin under Prof. Petr Messiereur, Prof. Jindřich Pazdera and Prof. Pavel Kudelásek every year till 2005.
From 1997 till 2003, Anna studied playing the violin at the Conservatory of Prague in the class of Prof. Karel Přibyl. In the spring of 2008 she finished master´s degree at the Charles University in Prague in two main subjects: teaching music and violin playing. In September 2009 Anna started her doctor´s studies at the same University.
During her studies at the Charles University she participated in chamber music masterclass MUSTUFE (MUsic STUdy FEstival) in Lithuania (April 2006 and 2007). In May 2007 she did a short- term attachement in Moscow. Anna spent also one semester in Dublin as an Erasmus student in St. Patrick´s College (2007). In June 2008 she won second prize on the nation-wide competition of Czech universities.
Since 2006 she has arranged summer Master Class for Prof. Bohuslav Matoušek in a south Czech cloister Zlatá Koruna during the Royal music festival Zlatá Koruna, where she worked also like a second manager for two years.
At the age of eighteen Anna become a solo violin player in the jazz orchestra of Prague´s theatre Na Fidlovačce. Since 2000 Anna has been a permanent member of Berg Chamber Orchestra (whose main repertoire is oriented to the original music of Czech and world´s composers of the 20th and 21st centuries). In 2006 she started to cooperate with South Czech filharmony orchestra.
With many various groups Anna has performed in many European countries, in Turkey (2003, 2005), in Cyprus (2006) and in Japan (1997, 2001, 2006).
Among others musical activities she likes singing and composing.
In autumn 2009 Anna married violinist Michael Romanovský and they have two daughters.