Clara Criado was born in Madrid. Educated in an environment that promotes arts education, beginning at an early age in music, theater, dance and fine arts. She studied philosophy, graduating in Munich in Music, specializing in piano pedagogy with Robert Regös and began her concert career in Germany and Hungary. Make several specialization courses in Spain, Germany, Hungary, France and Italy, among those whose interest and regularly highlights the phenomenology of music with Sergiu Celibidache in Paris and Mainz. She won scholarships by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Bavarian Music Council, the Ionkiro Foundation and the Spanish Association of Performers. Once back in Spain expanded her musical education with some courses to Ph.D. in Music at the Autonomous University of Madrid and an finished a MA in Cultural Management at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid en 2008, while she was head of a music and dance school and culture center near from Madrid. At this time the concert activity simultaneous with the teaching and management. Her interest in the beneficial effect of classical music in humans, especially from work in the orchestra, has led to knowledge, research, work and experience especially in the field. His deep conviction that the spread professionalized music education, creativity and art have a substantial effect on the formation of the human being has led her to promote various projects of this nature. Regularly participates in various roundtables, conferences and seminars. Clara Criado is a founding member of the UNESCO Centre of the Community of Madrid, the Municipal Association of Schools of Music in Madrid and the Association of Cultural Managers of the Community of Madrid. He has worked as head of the Academy of Orchestral Studies of the Barenboim-Said Foundation and as head of the Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana, the Fundació Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía while Maestro Lorin Maazel was Music Director). She works as Director of the Madrid Office at Dietsch International Associates.