Born to Ukrainian parents in Spain in 1992, Ana Nedobora Ivanova started playing the violin at the age of six, studying with Yulia Petrushevskaya and James Dahlgren. She went on to continue her studies in London with Jan Repko, first at the Purcell School of Music and later at the Royal College of Music, where she graduated with honours. Ivanova is currently studying with Elisabeth Weber at the University of Music in Lübeck.
She won first prize at the Windsor and Maidenhead Competition in the UK and was a finalist at the Juventudes Musicales in Spain. She has given recitals in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, the UK, Ukraine, Russia and Israel. Since her debut with the Windsor and Maidenhead Symphony Orchestra, she has made solo appearances with various orchestras. Most recently, she was invited to give a solo performance under the baton of Zakhar Bron to mark his twenty-fifth anniversary in Santander.
As a member of the Son String Quartet, Ivanova has won a number of prizes and has performed at numerous festivals, as well as at London’s Wigmore Hall and Royal Albert Hall.
Ivanova has regularly played in the Real Filharmonía de Galicia, the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra and the European Union Youth Orchestra.