Ana Luna is a French-Colombian violinist and dancer who was born and raised in the United States and spent formative years in Bogota, Colombia. She is currently based in Denver and is an avid performer and arts administrator. Ana is classically trained but is also proficient in a variety of styles such as jazz, R&B, hip-hop, electronic music, rock and roll and pop. She also specializes in DJ/violin fusion and has worked with various DJ’s for public and private events around the United States. Ana can be seen playing regularly with the all female electric string quartet, Spinphony and works frequently with OnCue Entertainment, Elan Artists, Imprint Events and Aragon Artists.
Ana is currently the violinist for the Queen's Ball: A Bridgerton Immersive Experience in Denver, produced by Netflix, Shondaland and Fever. Other recent highlights include performing with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and well known Denver band, Izcalli. Her online recording of Islam Chipsy's Zaghlala also brought her recognition from the Kronos Quartet, who reposted the performance on social media in June of 2020.
One of Ana's main focuses is interdisciplinary arts collaboration. She is passionate about performing with a diverse range of artists and specializes in immerse events. She is currently working on music directing a few projects with Deja View Productions, an aerial and burlesque company based in Denver. She is also a movement artist and aerial dancer and has been immersed in pole and burlesque style performance since January 2022.
Interested in serving her community through the arts, Ana Luna is currently the Director of the Alliance for Music Education Equity, where she hopes to work with Denver organizations to make music education and programming more equitable and accessible around the city. Through this work, she has collaborated with the Levitt Pavilion, Denver Arts and Venues and AXS. Ana is also a member of the Colorado Symphony's Education Committee.
Ana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Violin Performance from the Florida State University’s College of Music where she studied with Corinne Stillwell as well as a Master's degree in Violin Performance from the University of Denver's Lamont School of Music where she served as a graduate teaching assistant to Linda Wang and Igor Pikayzen.