Ani Natroshvili (1995, Dokkum) started violin lessons in 2002. She was taught by Renske de Vries-Entrop, violin teacher at the Municipal School of Music in Groningen. In 2009 she continued her viola lessons with Gijs Philip van Schaik, violin teacher at StrijkersStudio Groningen.
Ani took lessons and masterclasses with Ervin Schiffer, Marc Tooten (soloist-principal in Het Brabantsorkest), Sander Geerts (soloist-principal in the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra and Baden-baden Philharmonic), Máté Szűcs (soloist-principal, Berliner Philharmonic) Edith van Moergastel (member of the orchestra of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra), Michael Kugel, Mikhail Zemtsov, Timur Yakubov and Christophe Weidmann (leader of the North Netherlands Orchestra).
In 2012, Ani was accepted as a student in the Young Talent Class of the Prince Claus Conservatoire Groningen. In 2013 she was successfully accepted as a bachelor student at the Prince Claus Conservatoire. From 2009 to 2013 Ani was an orchestra member (in 2012-2013 principal) of the Haydn Youth String Orchestra Groningen. In 2011 this orchestra won second prize at the Summa Cum Laude Festival in Vienna. In 2006 Ani participated in the Haydn Music Festival and found her very musical at a young age.
In 2010 she participated in the Princess Christina Competition and received an honorable mention. Ani graduated with a bachelor's degree at the Prince Claus Conservatoire and a master's degree at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague. Ani Natroshvili has participated in several projects along with a number of people and orchestras. She has collaborated with NNO, with Mike Boddé as soloist, Metropole Orkest Academy, Amsterdam Sinfonietta, orchestra of the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, Youth Chamber Music North Orchestra conducted by Johannes Leerketen and Rolf Verbeek and the North Pole Orchestra. In 2014 Ani had to perform in the Hanze Symphony Orchestra for Princess Beatrix. The concert was in honor of Prince Claus's name. She has collaborated with conductors including Ed Spanjaard, Steven Asbury, Johannes Leerketen, Etienne Siebens, Jules van Hessen, Hans Leenders, Wayne Marshall, Jac van Steen and Simon Dobson.