Anna Lachegyi is an active member of the early music scene in Europe, both as a viola da gamba and cello player. She was born in Hungary into a family of musicians and ever since she started to play the cello at the age of five, chamber music and early music have played a significant part in her life. She currently lives in the Netherlands where she obtained her master diploma at the Royal Academy of Music in The Hague in the class of Mieneke van der Velden and Philipp Pierlot.
She has been invited to play at various festivals in the Netherlands and across Europe, dividing her time between solo, chamber music and orchestral playing in renowned ensembles such as Ricercar Consort (Belgium), Netherlands Bach Society, Orfeo Orchestra (Hungary) or Musica Poetica (the Netherlands).
Next to her career as a performer, she is a devoted teacher as well, regularly giving master classes on both the viola da gamba and baroque cello in Hungary and Romania.