Native to Segovia, Spain, violist Noelia Gómez has performed widely as a recitalist and chamber musician in Mexico, Spain, Germany, Puerto Rico and the United States. She was awarded the Georgina Lucy Grosvenor Memorial Prize 2008, “to the violist in the graduating class whose performances while at Yale University have exhibited the highest potential for success as a soloist or chamber musician in the field”. She has also been the winner of the First Prize at the 2004 ‘Mirabent i Magrans’ International Chamber Music Competition in Barcelona as a member of the Matiz String Quartet. Noelia was granted both the Fulbright and Alexander von Humboldt scholarships. She studied at the Yale School of Music (MM), Hochschule für Musik Köln in Cologne (Germany) and at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid (BA). Actually, she is candidate for the doctoral degree (PhD) in Music-Performance at the Universidade de Aveiro (Portugal).
Noelia joined the faculty of the School of Music of the Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas from 2009 to 2015 and has been also the artistic director of the PaaxFest Chiapas International Music Festival in Mexico. She currently lives in Segovia, Spain, and is a faculty member of the Centro Superior de Enseñanza Musical “Progreso Musical” in Madrid.