Born in Berga (Spain) in 1972, Alba Roca studied violin in Catalonia with Eva Graubin,
Sergio Prieto and Corrado Bolsi. Then, she followed baroque interpretation courses in the Department of Ancient Music of the
Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris. She received lessons by specialists in early music like François Fernandez, Daniel Cuiller, Enrico Gatti, Jean Tubery and Patrick Cohen, among others.
She performs with prestigious orchestras and international ensembles specialized in historical
interpretation like Le Concert des Nations, Les Arts Florissants, Le Concert Français, Gli Incogniti, Al Ayre Español, Orquestra Barroca Catalana,
Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla, El Concierto Español, Academia 1750, Concerto Soave, La Fenice… She also plays with conductors like Jordi Savall, William
Chirstie, Eduardo López Banzo, Mónica Huggett, Pierre Hantaï, Amandine Beyer… and she recorded for Alia Vox, Erato, Arsis, Harmonia Mundi, Alpha, Mirare and Zig-Zag Territoires.
She teaches baroque violin at the ESMUC in Barcelona.