Ana Naranjo began playing the flute at the age of 8. She then began to study her instrument in a music school, encouraged by the conductor of her hometown.
After finishing the music school, she entered the Municipal Music Conservatory of Ciudad Real. Besides her studies, she went to Madrid for masterclasses where she met Riccardo Giani among others. She then studied at the High School of Music Zaragoza, Spain, where she met Jaime Martin in a masterclass. She then continued her studies with this professor at the Royal College of Music in London, with whom she performed with the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
In 2010, she began her career as an orchestral musician and was invited to the Reina Sofía Palace of Arts in Valencia and later as a member of the Community Orchestra of Madrid. In 2013, she won the competition of the Royal Danish Orchestra in Copenhagen, where she played for 4 years. In 2017, she joined the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande.
Her experience is reflected through a wide repertoire: opera or ballet music, but what she prefers most is the symphonic repertoire. Among her favourite works are the symphonies of Gustav Mahler, Sergei Rachmaninov, Dmitri Shostakovich and Maurice Ravel as well as the ballets of Piotr Ilitch Tchaikovsky. Ana Naranjo's favourite part of the OSR is her varied repertoire with the production of symphonic concerts but also operas and chamber music.