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Patricia Robaina (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) is specialized in Early Music as harpsichordist and continuo player. She began her musical education with violin in her hometown obtaining the Professional Degree with honors. Years later, Patricia began her harpsichord studies with Rosa Falcón. After, she moved to the Conservatorio de Música de Aragón specializing with Silvia Márquez (harpsichord) and Saskia Roures (organ). Her education then continued at The Royal Conservatoire of The Hague, under the guidance of Jacques Ogg (harpsichord) and Patrick Ayrton (basso continuo).

 

She is a member of the International Bach Festival working with soloists from the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Patricia is a founder of L’Enharmonique focusing on French repertoire from the 20th and 21st centuries. She is a member of Academia de los Afectos and also S105 Ensemble. She has been invited on several occasions by the Young Orchestra of the Canary Islands and the Orquesta Filarmónica of Gran Canaria. Founder and artistic director of the Ensemble La Pantomime where she is working on writing transcriptions for two harpsichords and different settings. She also works with the New Dutch Academy with whom she has recorded for the Pentatone record label. 

 

Patricia has participated in orchestral projects and workshops with musicians such as Ton Koopman, Peter Van Heyghen, Hidemi Suzuki, Mike Fentross, Kris Verhelst,  Christophe Rousset, José Luis González Uriol, Michael Chance, Siebe Henstra, Annelie de Man, Goska Isphording, Alfredo Bernardini, Sergio Azzolini, Pieter-Jan Belder, and others.

 

She has been performing in many concert halls around Spain, UK, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Indonesia, Hong Kong and in Festivals as BRQ Vantaa Festival (Finland), Börzsöny Barokk (Hungary), Utrecht Early Music Festival (Netherlands), MAfestival Brugge (Belgium), Festival Links (Bulgaria), International Bach Festival (Spain).