Ana Luna Uribe-Leteinturier

Violin Teacher

Ana Luna Uribe-Leteinturier

SAA Member


Denver, CO

Ana Luna is a French-Colombian violinist, born and raised in the United States. As an orchestral player, she has appeared with the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra, the Sinfonia Gulf Coast Orchestra, the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra and the Boulder Symphony. Recent festivals attended include the Domaine Forget Academy in Quebec, the Eastern Music Festival in Greensboro, NC and a Violin Fellowship at the Texas Music Festival in Houston, TX. She has performed under the batons of great conductors such as Brett Mitchell, Yoav Talmi, Andres Franco, Gerard Schwartz and Ari Pelto.

As a chamber musician, she has played with groups at the Domaine Forget Academy, the Texas Music Festival, the Eastern Music Festival, the Florida State University and the Lamont School of Music. She has studied under artists such as Neal Carey, Basil Vendryes, Shannon Thomas, Elizabeth Phelps and Qing Li. Most notably, in 2014, she was chosen as the second violinist for the Miami Music Project String Quintet. The group travelled to Paris, France to bring the works of Cuban, Haitian and Brazilian composers to the International St. Denis Festival.

Interested in serving her community through the arts, Ana Luna is currently the Program Coordinator of the City Strings Program (Augustana Arts) in Denver, Colorado. As a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas, she holds certification for Every Child Can as well as Suzuki Units 1, 2 and 3. She believes every child deserves the opportunity to learn a musical instrument and this philosophy is of utmost importance in her teaching. Ms. Uribe speaks English, Spanish and French fluently.

Ana Luna holds a Master’s in Violin Performance from the Lamont School of Music (University of Denver) where she served as teaching assistant to Linda Wang and Igor Pikayzen. She earned a Bachelor’s in Violin Performance from the Florida State University’s College of Music where she studied with Corinne Stillwell.