Ana made her debut with the State Philharmonic Orchestra of Armenia at the age of 14, and has performed since then in major halls throughout Armenia. In the United States, she attended Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, completing her Artist Diploma program, and later studied with renowned violin professor Robert Lipsett at the University of Southern California earning her Advanced Studies Diploma. Winner of the Elizabeth Harper Vaughn International Competition in Tennessee, Ana has also appeared at the Tanglewood Music Festival, the Shady Side Music Festival, the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, and served as Concermistress and Guest Soloist for the National Repertory Orchestra in Colorado. She has performed with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, San Diego Symphony, Pacific Symphony, Mozart Camerata, and has been often heard on Classical 105.1 FM. Ana Landauer is an active chamber and studio musician in the greater Los Angeles area.