Biography

Monica Lopez Lau – RECORDER PLAYER

 

Mexico City, Mexico

She started her music studies in the ‘Faculty of Music’ at the National

Autonomous University of Mexico with Horacio Franco. After that she studied the “Bachelor degree” at the ‘Conservatorium van Amsterdam’ (Holland) with Walter van Hauwe. In 2007 she concluded the master degree “Diplome de Concert” at the ‘Conservatoire de Lausanne’ (Switzerland) specializing in contemporary music with Antonio Politano. In 2008 she finished her studies of Electronic music “Triennio sperimentale di primo livello” (cum laude) at the ‘Conservatorio di Musica di Venezia - Benedetto Marcello’ (Italy) with Alvise Vidolin.

She plays repertoire from medieval, renaissance, baroque till contemporary

music. Furthermore, she has performed in several countries such as:

Holland, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, France, Sweden, Germany and United

States.

She has collaborated with composers from all over the world as: Mauricio

Rodriguez, Federico Costanza, Davide Sibilla, Alessio Rossato, Carlos Cruz

de Castro, Javier Jacinto, Oskar Lissheim-Boethius, Anders Forslund,

Daniele Gugielmo, Alejandro Romero, Hilda Paredes, Roberto Girolin,

Matthias Kranebitter, Carlos Iturralde, etc.

She is member of the Medieval Music group “Perfectas Anónimas”, the

early music ensemble “Settecento”, the contemporary music ensemble

“Liminar” and the recorder consort “Consortando”.

At this moment, she teaches recorder and chamber music in the “Escuela

Superior de Musica” at the National Institute of fine arts (INBA) in Mexico

City. In 2013 she got the prize of “best original music” at the 6th Rally of

independent theatre at the “Centro Cultural el Foco” with the performance

‘The Falling Love’ in Mexico City.

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