Venezuelan pianist Vanessa Perez gave her official debut at age eleven in Venezuela as soloist with orchestra before an audience of 2,500. By seventeen Perez was awarded a full scholarship to attend the Royal Academy of Music in London. She continued her studies in Italy and completed post-graduate work at Yale University with Hungarian pianist Peter Frankl.
Perez has performed around the world in solo recitals, with orchestras and in chamber music collaborations. In 2002, she received a unique invitation by Grammy® award trumpeter and composer Arturo Sandoval to perform at The Blue Note in New York.
Actively involved in 20th century and new music, Perez has performed works by and collaborated with composers such as Paul Moravec, Suzanne Farrin, Lowell Liebermann, and Alfred Schnnitke. She recorded a CD under the Sony label with cellist Jan Vogler and violinist Colin Jacobsen.