Lucía’s absolute childhood idol was Julie Andrews. Although she doesn’t come from a family of musicians, Lucía grew up surrounded by a wide diversity of musical influences, thanks to her mother and grandmother, who loved music and sang a lot at home.
Lucía is fond of cheese, bikes and early music,
so after obtaining her first singing degree from the Conservatorio Arturo Soria in Madrid, she decided to move to the Netherlands and specialize in Historical Performance.
She graduated cum laude from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam in August 2019 with both a Bachelors and a Masters in Early Music Singing under the guidance of Xenia Meijer.
She collaborates with ensembles like The Netherlands Bach Society, Collegium 1704, Al Ayre Español, Seconda Pratica and L’Apothéose Ensemble, among others. She has had the pleasure to work with conductors such as Jos van Veldhoven, Václav Luks, Richard Egarr and Philippe Herreweghe.
Lucía loves to sing Italian madrigals, Spanish polyphony, French mélodie and
baroque opera. Among her favourite composers are
Claudio Monteverdi, Hildegard von Bingen and Maurice Ravel.