Born in 1977 in Caceres, Ana López began studying the flute at the Conservatory Manuel de Falla with Luis Orden in Sevilla. Thanks to a scholarship from the andalusian government she finished her studied in The Netherlands with Marieke Schneemann at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. Since 2001 she was regularly invited to several orchestrasin Spain like Orquesta de Córdoba, Orquesta de Extremadura, Asturias Symphony and Orquesta Manuel de Falla de Cádiz.
In 2004 her interest on historical instruments made her explore the possibilities of historical flutes from renaissance, baroque and classical periods, receiving regular lessons with flautists Guillermo Peñalver and Wilbert Hazelzet. In 2011 she achieved a Master of Music in Early Music in the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht.
Ana López has performed through Spain, The Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Portugal and Japan and is one of the founding members of the chamber music ensembles Carmen Veneris and Canto Divino. She is regular guest in some of the most international orchestras and festivals on period instruments like Forma Antiqva, Aranjuez Festival’s Orchestra, Capilla Peñaflorida, Festival de Musica Antigua del Monasterio de la Valldigna en Simat (Valencia), Semana de Música Religiosa de Cuenca, Festival de Música Antigua de Aranjuez, FEMÁS Sevilla and Festival de Saintes. She has recorded with Lindoro Label (Works by J. Chr. Fr. Bach, J. F. Tapray, F. Devienne and T. Giordani, 2008) and Arsis (Pastime – The Henry VIII Manuscript, 2013). Moreover she is now preparing the presentation of the new CD of Canto Divino with Renaissance and Early Baroque music performed on flutes consort. Ana López is also regular flute and traverso teacher at the Conservatory of Music “Cristóbal de Morales” in Seville.