Claudia is a specialist
in early music with a Master of Arts in Recorder Performance at the
Conservatory of Music in Geneva, Switzerland (2004) under the direction
of renowned conductor and flutist Gabriel Garrido.
She lived in Europe
eleven years, and while living there, she participated in several seminars
and master classes in recorder performance by Jerome Minis, Han Tol,
Pierre Hamon, Nicolas Strosser and Pedro Mesmeldorff. In 2000, she was
selected to participate in several large music productions and concert
tours with various European ensembles, including The Baroquela Academia
Barroca Academy of Ambronay (France) with performances in France, Switzerland
to Colombia, her country of origin, she was selected to be one of the
professors of the Early Music Program in the Conservatory of Music of
Bogota. In 2006, she founded the early music ensemble Esfera Armoniosa
Claudia also participated
in different recording productions, such as,Le Balet la Royne
Comique de la Royne by Baltasar de Beaujoyeulx (1997) with the
Emsemble Elyma (Switzerland). In 2007, she collaborated on the recording
of the CD Del mar del alma" by the Colombian ensemble Música
Ficta. In 2011 Io vo Cantar(2011) and Que Dulce Violencia!
(2015) with the ensemble Esfera Armoniosa.
In July 2009, Claudia
moved to the USA to continue pursuing her professional and personal
goals. In 2010 she collaborated in the Early Music program in the Palm
Beach Atlantic University in Florida. Since moving to California in
2012, she has been a guest conductor of several workshops in the Recorder
Societies around northern California, and the Mid-Peninsula Recorder
Orchestra. She has also played with different groups in the area like
the California Bach Society, the American Bach soloist, and Farallon
Recorder Quartet. As a soloist she has played in different festivals
and Series of concert in Santa Cruz and San José.