Anna Saha was born in Saarbrücken, Germany, in 1984. After playing the violin and piano, she started taking first flute lessons at the age of eight. Ms. Saha began her studies at the Mainz School of Music, Germany, with Dejan Gavric and later continued with Carlos Bruneel at the Brussels Royal Conservatory, Belgium, completing both Bachelors and Masters degrees with honors.
Complimenting her degrees, she gathered performance experience participating in master classes with Paul Edmund Davies, Vicens Prats, Philippe Bernold and Emmanuel Pahud.
Already during her studies in Mainz, Ms. Saha was invited to be the Academy Fellow in the Philharmonic State Orchestra Mainz, and this was not the last prestigious apprentice position she would hold. After she completed her studies, she moved to Berlin to play in the Academy of the Staatskapelle Berlin, where she played under such important directors as Daniel Barenboim, Pierre Boulez und Michael Gielen. Her orchestral career would then take her to the State Orchestras in Hanover and Brunswick, where she played Associate Solo Flute. In the 2014-2015 Season, Ms. Saha was the Solo Flutist with the Düsseldorf Symphony and since then is a regular guest with orchestras like La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra in Brussels, the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra, the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin and the Gürzenich Orchestra of Cologne. Ms. Saha is currently the Solo Flutist of the Beethoven Orchestra Le Concert Olympique in Belgium.
Anna Saha is an enthusiastic chamber musician and permanent Flute player of the ARUNDOSquintett. She has been flute dozent at the International Music Akademie Anton Rubinstein since 2017.