From South America (Montevideo) to the world, Patricia López travels with a strong musical personality, developing her own voice in jazz and creative music.
She began studying music in Uruguay, in 1998th, and from the beginning, she became interested in improvisation and composition. Her first instrument was the guitar and in 2000th she began studying saxophone entering the Municipal Conservatory of Music of Montevideo.
In 2001th she began studying the flute as a secondary instrument.
In 2006th, Patricia settled in Argentina, Buenos Aires, to study jazz and expand her musical knowledge. In 2010th, she was accepted as a student of the Superior Conservatory of Music “Manuel de Falla” and completed the Higher Technique in Jazz. During her studies, she integrated several projects as a saxophonist (alto, baritone, tenor) with renowned musicians performing in many theatres and venues.
In 2014th, after finishing her studies in Buenos Aires, Patricia returned to Montevideo she had the opportunity to perform live with renowned international and regional musicians on important national stages.
Both in 2015th and 2016th, she participated in several workshops and master classes: Workshop of Brazilian Popular Music (Curitiba - Brazil), Master Class of sax and improvisation with Vittor Alcántara (Brazil) and Marcelo Martins (Brazil), Arrangement Workshop with Gonzalo Levin(Montevideo), Master Improvisation Class with Ben Van den Dunguen (The Netherlands). At the same time, she received the FONAM scholarship to attend the SIM - creative improvisation workshop - at the Brooklyn Conservatory, New York.