Anna German was born on 14 February 1936 in Urgench,
Uzbekistan. Ten years later she moved with her mother
and grandmother to Poland. After college, she studied
geology in Wrocław, which she graduated with the best
results. In parallel to her studies, she stayed faithful
to her greatest hobby since childhood: music and singing.
Therefore, Anna joined the theatre "Kalambur",
where she could actively practice and develop her talents.
This was the first step to her big career as a singer.
She took part in many famous Polish festivals like Sopot
and Opole and was fascinating the public with her beautiful,
strong, vibrating voice and also with her unique appearance.
Her songs "Zakwitnę różą", "Człowieczy
los", "Bal u Posejdona" and "Tańczące
Eurydyki" became hits awarded with the highest
prizes. Anna was singing in Polish, Russian, English,
Italian, Spanish, Latin and German such famous songs
like: "La mamma" of Charles Aznavour and "Ave
Maria" of Charles Gounod. She created her own,
very special lyrical style.