Born in Vila Franca de Xira, Lúcia Salvado was born in 2000 and began her musical studies at the age of 6 in a violin group, with teachers Jean Aroutiounian and later Eurico Cardoso.
Since 2009, she has been a member of the Orquestra Geração project, which has allowed her to perform in numerous nationally renowned venues and participate in various international youth internships in which she has been concertmaster several times.
In 2015 she joined the Escola Profissional Metropolitana, having been accepted into the class of professor Ana Pereira and graduated from Academia Nacional Superior de Orquestra in 2021 with the same teacher, continuing on to a Post-Graduation in Advanced Orchestral Studies in collaboration with Orquestra Metropolitana from Lisbon. In 2022 she will start the Master in Teaching at the University of Évora under the guidance of Professor Carlos Damas.
Her career includes performances in countries such as Belgium, Greece, Turkey, Italy, Austria, Spain, United Kingdom, France and Poland. She has worked with conductors such as Gustavo Dudamel, Michael Zilm, Ulysses Ascanio, Pedro Neves, Eduardo Gomes, Jose Olivetti, Enrico Onofri, Adrian Leaper, Emílio Pomárico, Sebastian Perlowski, Paul Daniel, Sylvain Gasançon, among others.
She has participated in masterclasses with Anna Gebert, Jack Liebeck, Benjamin Morrison, Mihaela Martin and Tedi Papavrami.
As a winner of the Young Soloists internal competition, she performed solo with the Orquestra Clássica Metropolitana and in 2019 won the 3rd Prize in the Montijo National competition.