Anna Morgoulets studied violin in Russia, Israel, and Austria in the class of Elena Mazor and Pavel Vernikov. During her studies in Israel, she received important musical impulses from Itzhak Perlman, Pinchas Zukerman, Ida Haendel, and Miriam Fried.
At the age of 15, she performed as a soloist with the Jerusalem Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra together with Julian Rachlin under Maestro Zubin Mehta. At the age of 16, she began her studies at the Vienna Conservatory (Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität) in the class of Prof. Pavel Vernikov. During her studies, she frequently performed as a soloist and member of chamber ensembles, both as a violinist and viola player, across Europe and China. She gained orchestra experience in the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, and the Vienna State Opera Orchestra.
During her studies in Vienna, she engaged in baroque violin playing excessively. She was a member of Ensemble Matheus (Jean-Christophe Spinosi) and was a guest
player in Musiciens du Louvre (Marc Minkowski) in France. Her passion for baroque violin continues in current collaboration with Bach Consort Wien (Ruben Dubrovsky).
From 2013-2020, Anna was appointed 1st Concertmaster of the Carinthian Symphony and Opera Orchestra in Klagenfurt, Austria. In 2015, along with 8 colleagues from the orchestra, she launched a new Chamber Music Project - ensemble minui - Chamber Music in New Dimensions, which has been developing rapidly since then and introduced its debut CD in 2020.
As a guest concertmaster, Anna has played with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Bruckner Orchestra in Linz, Camerata Salzburg, Georgisches Kammerorchester
Ingolstadt, and the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra. In 2019, she was appointed Violin Professor at the Gustav Mahler University of Music
(Gustav Mahler Privatuniversität für Musik) in Klagenfurt, Austria.