Anna Jalving (b. 1991) is a danish violinist, improvisator and performer.
She studied at The Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus with Michelle Makarski and Mo Yi and at The British Columbia Academy of Music in Vancouver with Robert Rozek. She completed The Advanced Master in Contemporary Music with ICTUS
and Spectra Ensemble in Belgium 2018 - 2019.
Anna participated in masterclasses with violinists such as Jean-Marie Conquer, Diego Tosi, Melise Mellinger, Saori Furukawa, Milan Vitek, Eugene Drucker, Alexander Zapolski.
As a soloist, Anna works in the field of contemporary music and has ambitions both as a violinist and as a creative artist and entrepreneur. In recent years, Anna has had the opportunity to work closely with composers such as Simon Steen-Andersen, François Sarhan, David Helbich, Line Tjørnhøj, Karl Naëgelen, Allan Gravgaard Madsen, Jürg Frey, Fritz Hauser and
Jeppe Ernst. Anna is active as a violinist and violist in various constellations and performs without her instrument when a piece requires it. Besides working as a soloist, Anna is the founder of the concert/installation collective DUO and a member of the ensemble PEGASUS and duo Sakham/Jalving, where she joins the creative process of making music and performative works.
She is regularly invited to play with Nadar Ensemble, Down The Rabbit Hole, Spectra Ensemble and latest as a soloist with Ensemble Intercontemporain and ULYSSES Ensemble.
She is an active board member of AUT - Aarhus Unge Tonekunstnere where she organizes concerts and cultural events.
Anna has received scholarships from The Cayx Foundation, Augustinus Fondation, the Beckett Foundation, the Danish Arts Foundation, The Obelian Family Fund, the Oticon Fondation, Politiken Foundation and Knud Højgaard’s Foundation.