Anna Depenbusch

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Anna Depenbusch
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Anna Depenbusch (2012).
Background information
Birth name Anna Depenbusch
Also known as Ella Larsson, Anastasica
Born (1977-10-17) October 17, 1977 (age 39)
Hamburg, Germany
Origin Hamburg, Germany
Genres Pop, Chanson, Jazz music
Occupation(s) Singer, Composer
Instruments Vocals, Piano
Years active 2000–present
Labels Rintintin
Associated acts Orange Blue

Anna Depenbusch (17 October 1977 in Hamburg) is a German singer and musician.


Prior to her solo career, she was a background singer for a group called Orange Blue (de),[1]

In 2002 and 2003, she contributed vocals to several albums by Max Melvin under the name "Anastasica".

In 2005, she released her first album that united elements of Pop, Jazz and Chanson. The song "Heimat" (Home) from this album was nominated for the German music writing prize (Deutschen Musikautorenpreis).

Her second album, "The Mathematics of Anna Depenbusch" appeared in 2011, quickly establishing her as a pop-chanson star in the German music scene. The album reached 25 in the charts in 2011.



  • Ins Gesicht (2005, Rintintin)
  • Die Mathematik der Anna Depenbusch (2011, Smd 105m / Sony BMG)
  • Die Mathematik der Anna Depenbusch in Schwarz-Weiß (2011, Smd 105m / Sony BMG)
  • Sommer aus Papier (2012, Smd 105m / Sony BMG)
  • Das Alphabet der Anna Depenbusch (2017, Smd 105m / Sony BMG)


  • Tango (2005, Rintintin)
  • Heimat (2007, Rintintin)
  • Wir sind Hollywood (2010, 105 music)
  • Benjamin (2012, 105 music)
  • Herzlich Willkommen


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