EDITH PEÑA’s artistic achievements are inscribed in the generation of the most important musical talents that emerged from Venezuela in the 90’s and that continue carrying the charisma, polished technique and interpretative elegance of the south american pianists.

Born in Caracas, she started her musical education with Lyl Tiempo at the age of four. Four years later, she played her debut as a soloist with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Venezuela and the same year moved to Philadelphia to continue her studies with Susan Starr and later with Sergei Babayan in Cleveland.

She is a regular guest soloist with all the orchestras in her native Venezuela and she is also a solo recitalist and soloist with other orchestras in Germany, Austria, Poland, France, USA, México, Peru, Dominican Republic, Spain, United Kingdom and Canada.

She has recorded for Venezuelan National Radio, Spanish National Radio, Radio France and WFLN in Philadelphia as well as a CD for the 70th anniversary of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Venezuela performing Saint-Saens second Piano Concerto, a solo CD of Venezuelan music for piano and her latest CD to be released in April 2016 titled: “Danzas en todos los tiempos”, a journey of dance-related music from the Baroque period to today.

She currently lives in Madrid where she continues her concert activity.