Anne Solveig Weber appears regularly in concerts as a chamber musician, soloist and as a member of renowned orchestras. Currently she is playing in the first violin section of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra where she was a member of the orchestra academy before after having successfully completed the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra academy program. Furthermore she is a member of the Orchestra Le Concert Olympique, which specializes in the Œuvre of Beethoven and where she is leading the second violins.  As an experienced orchestral player she is a welcome guest in orchestras such as the Mahler Chamber Orchestra as well as the Munich Chamber Orchestra performing worldwide under the baton of conductors such as Mariss Jansons, Bernhard Haitink and Daniele Gatti. From 2011 until 2013 she was assistant concertmaster of the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra.

As a soloist Anne Solveig Weber performed with orchestras such as the Meininger Hofkapelle (Germany), the Symphonieorchester Biel (Switzerland) and the Ensemble Interculturell (Germany).

Born into a musical family in Munich Anne received her first piano and violin lessons when she was only 5 years old. At the young age of 13 she was accepted as a junior student into the University of Performing Arts in Munich, where she continued her undergraduate studies after graduating from high school. Soon after she had the opportunity to continue with Prof. Régis Pasqiuer at the the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in Paris and then went on to study with Prof. Zakhar Bron at the Zurich University of the Arts where she obtained her master's degree with distinction. Currently Anne is following a master's degree in Specialized Music Performance – Soloist in the class of Prof. Nora Chastain. Numerous chamber music and violin master classes with musicians such as Vadim Repin, Mauricio Fuks, Ingolf Turban, Joseph Kalichstein and the Nash Ensemble supplemented her musical education.

Anne Solveig Weber won several prices in national youth competitions and is a scholar of the German National Merit Foundation. Furthermore she was granted a scholarship by the Karolina-Rüedi Foundation and was sponsored by Evonik Industries AG.

Since 2017 Anne is part of the management team of the festival Holzhauser Musiktage at Lake Starnberg in Germany. She is especially in charge of all artistic matters and is responsible for the musical program.