I’m very passionate about teaching and eager to share my music knowledge and experience with students!

A classically-trained singer, active performer and teacher, Ms. Yelizarova holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Manhattan School of Music and a Master of Music degree from New Jersey City University. She was very fortunate to study with renowned opera singers such as Mignon Dunn, Ashley Putnam, Claudia Catania, and Sheri Greenawald. Before studying in the United States, Anna Yelizarova received her first Bachelors degree (Choir Conducting and Piano) from A. Schnittke Moscow State Institute of Music, Russia. 

After finishing her university studies, Ms. Yelizarova has been heard in many concert performances and opera productions in the United States and Europe, including Carnegie Hall. She has sung more than 25 opera roles, including Carmen, Dido, and Prince Orlofsky, as well as musical theater. 

Anna Yelizarova has extensive experience teaching voice and piano for children and adults of different ability levels. Before her relocation to California, she worked as a voice teacher at the British International School of New York, which is considered to be one of the best private schools in Manhattan. In the San Francisco Bay Area, Anna was teaching at the Avloni Academy of Music and the Pacific Music Academy. Currently, she is at the Colorful Universe Music Center. Ms. Yelizarova also worked with several professional children’s choirs in Russia and the US. For the last several years, Anna has maintained an active private voice and piano studio for all ages.

Originally from Moscow, Russia, Anna Yelizarova is an American citizen and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.

For voice and piano lessons please contact Anna

My 11 year old student singing a lead part in a musical 


Two of my youngest Students Performing a Duet by Bach

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Two of my younger students performing at an Honor Recital


Conducting my choir group

Conducting my choir group in a concert