Born in Maó (Menorca, Spain), her performing career develops as a pianist, fortepianist and harpsichordist on projects ranging from early music to contemporary, performing as a soloist and in chamber ensembles like L’OBAC, Gaudí, Artaria, BCN 216, etc. The specialized reviews highlights the great subtlety, sensitivity and communication skills in her performances. Since 2006 she is Professor of the Conservatori Superior de Música de les Illes Balears (Mallorca).
After obtaining her Master’s Degree in Musicology and Music Education at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, she is currently a PhD student on Art History and Musicology, researching the twentieth-century composer Margarida Orfila, from whom she recorded the complete piano work on the CD “Margarida Orfila, obra pianística” (Columna Música, 2020).
Isabel Fèlix graduated in Piano and Chamber Music with honors at the Conservatori Superior Municipal de Música de Barcelona -where she studied with Miquel Farré- and Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu de Barcelona. Furthering her specialized training in Piano and Chamber Music, she studied with Ferenc Rados at the Universidad de Alcalá de Henares and continued her piano studies with John Bingham in London. She later became interested in the interpretation following historical criteria, studied Harpsichord and Fortepiano with Albert Romaní and Neal Peres da Costa. A pronounced influence was that of Paul Badura-Skoda with whom she studied in Paris and Vienna.
She graduated in Pharmacy at Universitat de Barcelona. Founding member of the European Fortepiano Association, she also collaborates with the magazine “El Temps de las Arts”, writing informative articles in the music section.
Her discography includes “A l’ombra del piano” (Columna Música, 2010), concerts for fortepiano and orchestra by Haydn, Mozart and Schubert; “Los otros contemporáneos” (2012), songs by Miquel Ortega for voice and piano; “Barcelona Belle Époque” (Solfa Recordings, 2015), the complete works for violin and piano by Mompou, Blancafort, Massià and Orfila; “Impressions” (Digitals Pro, 2017), works by Josep Prohens for marimba/vibraphone and piano. She plays in duet stably with bassist Xisco Aguiló, with whom recorded a selection of French melodies “L’âme évaporée” (Sonoteque, 2018) and are currently preparing a new album with works by contemporary composers.