Claudia is an experienced female saxophone player, composer, arranger, educator and producer from Peru who has been playing saxophone since she was 11 years old. Medina is also the founder of "FROM PERÚ TO THE WORLD", a worldwide educational program with the aim of creating a cultural interchange through music and contributing to the education of music students and teachers. She studied classical music in the National Conservatory of Peru and received a full tuition scholarship to study at Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA, where she got her bachelor's degree with a double major in Jazz Composition and Performance and minor in Recording & Music Production. Claudia also played at important events such as the Jazz Port Townsend Workshop 2015 and offered concerts in Seattle with her mentor, the saxophone player, member of the Seattle Women Jazz Orchestra and DIVAS big band, Cynthia Mullis. Medina was awarded by the Woodwind department at Berklee in 2018 and received the Melba Liston Award by the Berklee Harmony and Jazz composition department for her outstanding academic achievements. For her dedication to the Peruvian Music in the USA, in 2016 she received an award from the Peruvian Consulate in Paterson, New Jersey. Claudia was also invited to the International Week Conference sponsored by the U.S. government and organized by the University of Mary in North Dakota in November 2017, where she exposed her experience as an international student and also offered a Master Class about Peruvian Music. She also performed with the recognized Peruvian singer Eva Ayllon at the B.B King Blues Club in New York in July 2017. Medina has shared stage with very important and recognized Artists and Grammy Winner such as Susana Baca, Oscar Stagnaro, Aida Cuevas, Paquito D’ Rivera, among others. Claudia has produced and was the musical director for the Iberoamerican Film Festival in Boston (2018), Idolos Latinos show at Berklee (2020), in addition to playing with Greg Phillinganes, keyboardist of Michael Jackson’s solo tours, in the last Master Class he offered at the Berklee College of Music in February 2018. Medina is the founder and leader of Claudia Medina's Peruvian Project, which offers a fusion of Jazz, Peruvian and Afro-Peruvian music with Latin American rhythms. Claudia is the winner of the “Inspirational Woman 2019” in the category of “Outstanding artist” by Latinas Center Maria in Lynn, Massachusetts in 2019 and received the TUMI USA AWARD winner in the category of art of the state of Massachusetts in Connecticut in 2019. Medina is currently working on the production of her first album that will be released in 2022 with well known international musicians and producers.