Liza PatrónLA MADRILEÑA - FLUTE
Liza Patrón was born in Mexico where she studied music and specializes in Jazz and flute. She has been principal flutist in the Youth Orchestra of Jalisco and National Youth Orchestra of Mexico, making her debut at the Palacio de Bellas Artes, Teatro Degollado and Angela Peralta Theatre.
She won a scholarship by the State Fund for Culture and the Arts, by wich she moved to Spain to study flute to Real Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Madrid with Manuel Rodriguez Arribas and Graham Jackson. During this training period she attended numerous courses by distinguished flutists such as James Gordon Lyman, Claude Lefevre, Kate Steinbeck and Mario Caroli. Later she decided to go deeper into the field of early music, specializing in
Renaissance, Baroque and Classical traverso with Guillermo Peñalver Sarazin in RCSMM. Also, she has received lessons from Alvaro Marias, Antonio Campillo and Wilbert Hazelzet. Currently, she is working with “La Madrileña” created and conducted by Jose Antonio Montaño and the RCSMM Baroque Orchestra under the direction of Hiro Kirosaki and Alberto Martinez.