In 2010 Anastasia Teterina graduated with honors from Moscow State Academy of Choreography (class of V. Potashkina). The same year A. Teterina won the 2nd prize laureate of the Young Ballet of the World, the International Ballet Dancer Contest.
Upon graduation, she was invited to the troupe of the Kremlin Ballet, where she currently performs the following parts: Variation of the Queen of the Dryads (inserted) in Don Quixote, Swans (trio), Brides in Swan Lake, Russian dance, Snowflakes (duet) in The Nutcracker, Odalisques – 2d and 3d variations in Le Corsaire, The White Cat in The Sleeping Beauty, Juliet's Peers in Romeo and Juliet, Village Girls in Giselle, Three Dames in The Magic Flute, Indian dance (solo) in La Bayadère, etc.
She takes an active part in the company’s tours in Russia and abroad.
Her mentor is Galina Arkadevna Shlyapina, National Artist of the Russian Federation, laureate of the State Prize of Russia.