About me

Brenda Coyotl (1998) is a young saxophonist from Puebla, Mexico. Passionate, inquirer and dedicated musician with a profound commitment to conveying music's message infusing it at the same time with a distinct and personal touch. One of her main focuses is to play new music from Mexican composers such as promoting the original works for saxophone from women composers.

She has appeared as a soloist and as part of different configurations of chamber music in some of the most important concert halls in Mexico such as Sala Nezahualcoyotl, Teatro Esperanza Iris, to name a few. Her work has also taken her to different festivals in other countries, including to the Festival Internacional de Saxofón Bellas Artes in Cali Colombia, the Festival International de Musique Universitaire in Belfort France, Spain, and Monaco.

Coyotl graduated from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) with the highest honors, she was also a recipient of the Fondation Turquois' full scholarship to study in the Principality of Monaco, where she obtained her DEM avec mention très bien à l'unanimité. She is currently pursuing a master's degree, developing her research on the Mexican School of Classical Saxophone in the musical interpretation program at the Centro Superior Katarina Gurska in Madrid, Spain with a scholarship from the program Arte Con Sentido.