Anna-Lena Persson was born in Köla, Eda.
Anna-Lena Persson is a soprano and educated at the University College of Opera in Stockholm, where she graduated in 2002. The following year she won the fourth International Competition for Wagner Singers in Bayreuth and was also awarded the audience's special prize for best singer / singers.
Anna-Lena Persson made his debut at the Gothenburg Opera in 2004 as Sieglinde in Wagner's Die Walküre. For this role, she received the same year magazine Opera's price. At the Gothenburg Opera, where Annalena Persson is firmly linked since 2005, she has also sung Madama Butterfly.
Anna-Lena Persson has also sung Beethoven's 9th Symphony with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Herbert Blomstedt and with the London Symphony Orchestra in Florida as well as the soprano part in Beethoven's 8th with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and Gustavo Dudamel. Anna-Lena gives annual concerts in their home - usually in Köla.