Anastasia Kikot was born in Khabarovsk.
In 2007 she graduated from the Khabarovsk State Regional College of Art (class of Honoured Cultural Worker of Russia E. Kim). In 2012 she graduated from the St Petersburg State Conservatory (class of People's Artist of the USSR Professor I. Bogacheva).
She has participated in master classes held by V. Chernov, E. Obraztsova, L. Orfenova and E. Nesterenko.
From 2011 to 2013 she was a participant of the Young Artists Opera Program of the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia (artistic director D. Vdovin), she made her debut on the stage of the Bolshoi Theatre in 2012 in the role of Polya in The Enchantress by P. Tchaikovsky (conductor A. Lazarev, directed by A. Titel). Since 2013 she has been a guest soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre. She toured in Belarus, Austria, Germany and Italy.
Along with the opera company of the Bolshoi Theatre she participated in the jubilee events dedicated to the 1150th anniversary of the founding of the city of Izborsk, performing excerpts from opera War and Peace by S. Prokofiev's. In 2012-2013 she performed in operas L'amico Fritz by P. Mascagni (conducted by A. Fogliani), The Nightingale by I. Stravinsky (conducted by M. Stravinsky) and Le Nozze di Figaro by W.A. Mozart (conducted by V. Sinaisky) on the stage of the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow.
She has worked with such conductors as M. Yurovsky, A. Lazarev, V. Sinaisky, Y. Simonov, A. Sladkovsky, M. Stravinsky, M. Pletnev, Y. Bashmet.
In 2014 she became a soloist of the Primorsky Opera and Ballet Theatre. From 2016 she has been a member of the opera company of the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre.
Repertoire at the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre includes:
Tatiana (Eugene Onegin, P. Tchaikovsky);
Violetta (La traviata, G. Verdi);
Marfa (The Tsar’s Bride, N. Rimsky-Korsakov);
Tsaritsa Militrisa (The Tale of the Tsar Saltan, N. Rimsky-Korsakov);
Oxana (Christmas Eve, N. Rimsky-Korsakov);
Micaëla, Mercedes (Carmen, G. Bizet);
Parasha (Mavra, I. Stravinsky);
A Florid Lady (The Gambler, S. Prokofiev);
Lady-in-Waiting (Macbeth, G. Verdi);
First Lady (Die Zauberflöte, W.A. Mozart);
The High Priestess (Aida, G. Verdi);
Marfa (The Tsar's Bride, N. Rimsky-Korsakov).
Repertoire also include:
Iolanta (Iolanta, P. Tchaikovsky), Liza (The Queen of Spades, P. Tchaikovsky), Maria (Mazepa, P. Tchaikovsky), Polya, Kuma (The Enchantress, P. Tchaikovsky), Mimi (La bohème, G. Puccini), Olga (The Story of a Real Man, S. Prokofiev), Fiordiligi (Cosi fan tutte, W.A. Mozart), Zemfira (Aleko, S. Rachmaninov) The concert repertoire also includes the soprano parts in W.A. Mozart's Requiem and G. Verdi Requiem, R. Schumann's Requiem for Mignon, G. Mahler's Symphony № 4, F. Mendelssohn's lobgesang Symphony № 2, D. Shostakovich's Symphony № 14, R. Strauss's 4 last Songs, S. Rachmaninoff's The Bells Choral Symphony. Chamber repertoire includes romances by P. Tchaikovsky, S. Rachmaninoff, N. Rimsky-Korsakov, D. Shostakovich