Anna Tetsuya is an active pianist, accompanist and harpsichordist, who enjoys a regular recital schedule. She has recently completed her Masters in Music degree at the Royal College of Music, studying piano accompaniment and Harpsichord performance. There, she received regular coaching from Julian Jacobson, Roger Vignoles and Robert Woolley and has participated in numerous masterclasses, amongst which included Dame Emma Kirkby, Lewis Kaplan and Davitt Moroney. She performs regularly in venues in and around London as a pianist, accompanist and harpsichordist, including concerts at Royal Albert Hall, St. Georges, Hanover, recitals at Chichester Festival, St. Mary's, Aylesbury, St. Andrew, Holborn, St. John's, Waterloo and harpsichord recitals at Handel House Museum.
In February 2008, she was awarded the Alisdair Graham accompanist prize for the English Song Competition at the Royal College of Music, and won first prize with her trio, Stadler Trio in the college-held Woodwind Ensemble Competition. She performs regularly with both singers and instrumentalists on the piano and the harpsichord, enjoying her partnerships with soprano, Helen-Jane Howells, and violinist, Abigail Dance.