Anna Vladimirovna Buturlina (Russian: Анна Владимировна Бутурлина, born 31 May 1977) is a Russian jazz singer and musical actress.
Buturlina graduated from the music school named after Sergei Prokofiev in piano. Then she entered the Gnesin School of Music. In the third year of study at the conducting and choral department, Buturlin began to sing jazz and after graduating from school she entered Gnessin State Musical College in the pop-jazz department. At the age of 19, she became a soloist of a big band under the management of Anatoly Kroll.
Buturlina toured with the Dixieland "Moscow Ragtime Band" and the big band RAM. Gnesinyh run by Vladimir Andreev. The singer's debut took place in December 1996 with the ensemble Ivan Farmakovsky at the Moscow Autumn Festival. In 1998, cooperation began with the ensemble “JAZZ-ACCORD”. November 23, 1998 in the studio RAM them. Gnesinyh made the first audio recording with the ensemble "Raznyye ludi", which included the famous jazz standard.