Isabel Pérez Dobarro has appeared in solo recitals and chamber music concerts at the Stern Auditorium and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, The Tenri Cultural Institute, The Yamaha Center, DiMenna Center, Liederkranz Foundation, the Rachmaninoff Hall at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, Sala Manuel de Falla, Ateneo de Madrid, Sala Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli in Bolzano (Italy) among others. She is a prizewinner at the American Protegé International Piano and Strings Competition (2nd Prize), de Ciutat de Berga International Competition (1st prize) and the Cidade do Fundao Piano International Competition (1st prize), as well as the recipient of the Jorge Bolet Distinguished Performer Award at SBPF.
She is an active contemporary music performer and has premiered Victor Padilla’s “CaleidoscopioSonoro,¨ Laars Graugaard “Book of Throws,” Octavio Vazquez’s “Portrait for Saxophone and Piano¨ and Stas Fridman ¨Elegy¨ as well as given the US premiere of Eduardo Soutullo’s “Have you said Spectral¨ and Juan Antonio Simarro ¨Cuatro acordes para expresarme¨ Isabel has participated in numerous festivals such as the New England Conservatory SICPP, Mannes International Festival for Contemporary Performance, Música en Compostela, Stony Brook Piano Festival and the Festival Internacional de Piano de Gijón.
At the age of 24, Isabel Pérez Dobarro is a second-year Phd candidate at New York University Steinhardt, where she started serving as an Adjunct Instructor at the age of 19. She holds a Professional Studies degree from Manhattan School of Music, a Master’s degree from New York University and a Bachelor’s degree from Real Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Madrid. Isabel is part of the Executive Board of the Piano Teachers Congress of New York, and co-chair of its Honors Program. She is the coordinator of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network´s Youth division project Twenty-Thirty which uses arts as a medium of communication of the Sustainable Development Goals. Isabel is also a Law student at UNED and NYU SPS.