Alice began playing the flute at the age of eight at the local music school in her village in Málaga, Spain.

After winning several awards in Spain, she moved to Amsterdam to begin her undergraduate studies at the Amsterdam Conservatory in the class of Vincent Cortvrint (piccolo player of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra). She achieved her bachelor’s degree in 2017 and then pursued her master’s at the same conservatory, in the class of Kersten McCall (flute soloist of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra).

Alice also studied the baroque flute as a second instrument under Professor Marten Root and followed numerous masterclasses from international flute soloists. Alice’s greatest passion is playing in ensembles, both orchestral and chamber music. She has been selected as a member of the Grafenegg Academy Orchestra (Austria).

Alice has been teaching for more than ten years. At the age of 16, she was appointed as a flute teacher at two music schools in Málaga, and since moving to Amsterdam in 2012, she has worked with private students and at various music schools.

For her, music and flute lessons are a way to instill passion and dedication, and her lessons focus on establishing a solid foundation, understanding music, and developing a beautiful tone and stable technique on the flute. Playing in ensembles and learning to listen and respond to each other are also an essential part of Alice’s lessons. The most important aspect is good communication and a personal approach to the needs and tastes of each student.