Gifted musician with a remarkable artistic mobility, Mihaela Anica develops a rich performing activity, both in Austria, her country of adoption, and beyond its borders, interpreting, in numerous recitals and concerts, some of the most valuable chamber music pieces and concert works dedicated to the flute.« Allegro Vivo Festival» (Austria), « Acanthes – Flute Atelier » (France), « George Enescu Festival» and the recitals performed within the series of cultural actions organized by « KulturKontakt Austria » are among the most important musical events she took part in. Moreover, she has won important awards and excellence scholarship – Werner Tripp Memorial Fund and Tokyo Foundation, amongst others. Between the years 2008-2010 she was a member of the prestigious group « Orchestre de Flutes Français » in Paris, and between 2010-2011 she cooperated with the George Enescu Philharmonic in Bucharest. At present she is a member of the Maxim Quartet, an unusual band whose success led to its participation in international festivals such as « Festspiele Europäische Wochen » (Passau, Germany), « Israel Festival » (Jerusalem) or « George Enescu » (Romania). Mihaela Anica benefitted from the guidance of important flute players and European teachers amongst whom: Ion Bogdan Ştefănescu (The National University of Music, Bucharest), Barbara Gisler-Haase (The University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna), Pierre-Yves Artaud (Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris), Karl-Heinz Schütz (Wiener Philharmoniker) or Rafael Leone (Wiener Symphoniker).
In parallel with the concertistic activity, Mihaela Anica dedicates herself to teaching, by getting involved in musical education projects: « Flute Update » (Editura Doblinger – Vienna), Yamaha Academy of Music – Vienna, Anton Stadler Musikschule – Bruck a.d. Leitha, Austria. Some of her most important projects are the master classes (held in Bistriţa, Botoşani, Oradea, etc.) taught both to students and undergraduates and to flute teachers. Moreover, starting with 2011, Mihaela Anica is a representative, in Romania, of « Wiener Floetenwerkstatt » (Tomasi Workshop), the most important flute manufacturer and supplier in Austria.