Inna was born in Vladivostok.
She graduated from the Moscow State University of Culture, Department of Vocal Arts, in 2002.
In 2004 she started her studies at the Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Centre. She successfully debuted in the opera production of The Tsar’s Bride by Rimsky-Korsakov (as Saburova), Vampuka by Erenberg (as Vampuka), Carmen by Bizet (as Mercedes), Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky (as Larina). She has also participated in the many concerts of the Opera Centre and in the phantasmagoria performance The Marriage and the other horrors dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Nikolai Gogol as a Fyokla Ivanovna and Solokha.
As a soloist of the Opera Centre Inna has participated in the “May Opera Nights Festival” in Macedonia, as well as in the Opera Center’s tours to St. Petersburg, Georgia, Azerbaidzhan, Mexico, the “The Russian music on Baltic” Festival, “The New Wanderers” Festival (Penza Region, Russia), International Mstislav Rostropovich Festivals in Baku, International Sakharov Festival of Arts Nizhny Novgorod, II Festival “Days of Russian Culture in Baden-Baden”, in the III International Festival “Peregrinos Musicales” (Santiago de Compostela, Spain).
At present she’s a soloist at the Moscow State Music Theatre “Helikon-Opera”, where she performs in: The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart (Cherubino), Ehrenberg’s The Model Opera. Vampuka. African Bride (Vampuka), Tuhmanov’s The Queen (Catherine the Great), Offenbach’s The Tales of Hoffmann (Juliet), Bizet’s Carmen (Mercedes), Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin (Larina), Mussorgsky’s The Marriage (Fyokla Ivanovna, Solokha).