Bárbara Ferraz

After finishing her bachelor’s degree in 2010 in Salamanca Music Conservatory (Spain), Bárbara followed a postgraduate course with Jaime Martín and Emily Beynon in Aragon Music Conservatory and later with Júlia Gállego and Christian Farroni in Liceo Conservatory of Barcelona.

In 2013 she moved to Belgium, where she got her Flute Master’s degree with cum laude (2015) with profs. Frank Heindrickx, Carlos Bruneel and Peter Verhoyen (piccolo). The same year she finished her Bachelor’s in Art History.

She participated in Masterclasses from Emmanuel Pahud, Philippe Bernold, Mario Caroli, Michel Debost, Robert Winn, Edith Van Dyck, Clara Andrada de la Calle, Marc Hantaï and Kate Clark among others. She was member

of youth orchestras such as Internationale Junge Orchesterakademie (Germany) and Youth Orchestra of Castilla y León (Spain). She has collaborated with Antwerpen Symphony Orchestra and Brussels Philarmonic Orchestra.

Passionate about Early Music and ancient instruments she finished her Master in Baroque Flute (2019) summa cum laude with prof. Frank Theuns in Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussels. She has been member of academies such as Collegium Vocale Gent Academy, Ton Koopman Academy and Freiburg Akademie. She collaborates with Early Music ensembles such as La Petite Bande, Il Gardellino, L’Arpeggioata, Le banquet Céleste, Le concert bourgeois, Die Kölner Akademie et La Grande Chapelle, among others.

Also interested about music education, she teaches flute at Tchaicovsky Music School.


Languages : ES – FR – EN – NL

“Music is a language that allows us to communicate and express ourselves more directly than conventional language.”