Blanca Sánchez (1992) began her musical education at the age of nine at the Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Salamanca with Juan Mesana. In 2011 she received an extraordinary award for professional music education from the province of Castilla y León.
She continued her viola studies with José Manuel Román at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón in Zaragoza. Blanca followed masterclasses with Kennedy Moretti and members of the Quiroga Quartet (chamber music) and with Silvia Márquez (baroque interpretation).
In 2013, Blanca moved to the Netherlands, where she first studied with Marjolein Dispa at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and eventually obtained her Master’s degree in viola with Richard Wolfe at the HKU Conservatorium Utrecht in 2019. She also further specialized in early music with Sayuri Yamagata, Shunske Sato and Antoinette Lohmann.
Blanca was a member of various youth orchestras, such as the Joven Orquesta Nacional de Cataluña (JONC), Joven Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León (JOSCYL) and the Netherlands Youth Orchestra (NJO).
She played a production at De Nationale Opera with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, regularly substitutes with the Orkest van het Oosten (Phion) and is part of the Libero String Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of the North and De Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht. She also plays with various orchestras in Germany.
Blanca is also active in chamber music; she is a member of the Meraki Trio (clarinet, viola and piano) and Cuarteto Aguamarina.