Carmen Pérez Salmoral, born in 2002 in Valencina, Sevilla, has earned accolades in various piano competitions, notably the I Julio García Casas Piano Competition for Young Talents, the Jerez City Piano Competition, the Esteban Sánchez International Piano Competition, the Marisa Montiel Linares City Piano Competition, and the Infanta Cristina Piano Competition. Thanks to the latter, she was granted a scholarship to attend the V AIE-Loewe-Hazen Meeting at the Madrid Residencia de Estudiantes (Student Housing).
Carmen commenced her musical studies at the Sanlúcar la Mayor Conservatory in Seville, continuing her education under the tutelage of pianist Tommaso Cogato. Subsequently, she pursued her studies at the Yehudi Menuhin School in the United Kingdom from 2018 to 2020, receiving instruction from Marcel Baudet. Carmen has also enriched her skills through masterclasses led by renowned musicians, including Pasquale Iannone, Jenő Jandó, Albert Attenelle, and Oscar Martín, among others.
Presently, she is a student at the Orchestral Studies Academy of the Barenboim-Said Foundation, where she is under the guidance of Professor Michael Wendeberg.