Born and raised in Mexico, Yuriana Sobrino started her artistic trajectory at 6 years old along with her brothers. Her and her family started a Latin-American music group, and it was these early years that formed her musical experience, where she taught herself percussion. At age 17, she already had traversed an ample array of experiences and growth alongside professional musicians. It was then that she became interested in pursuing a Jazz Degree in Mexico City. She got accepted into the program in 2003, and graduated 4 years later. This was an opportunity that led her to play on relevant stages in Mexico City, like the emblematic Palacio de Bellas Artes where she played a memorable show featuring Bobby McFerrin. Yuriana shared the stage with both National and Internationally famed artists at renowned venues like the Zinco Jazz Club in Mexico City. Tyler Mitchel (bassist with The Sun Ra Orchestra, and Art Taylor), and Gene Perla (Elvin Jones’ bassist) to mention a couple, making a name for herself in the Mexican jazz scene as one of the few women drummers at the time. In 2007 she travels to Panama where she was awarded with a full ride to attend the Berklee College of Music Summer Program. That same year, she was awarded a full ride to attend Berklee College of Music’s 4 year undergraduate program full time, graduating Cuma Sum Laude in 2011. Following this great accomplishment as a professional musician, she decides to stay in Boston, where she found her way into the diverse music scene of the city. She played with big names of the local scene like Rebecca Cline, Alex Alvear, Gonzalo Grau, Ernesto Diaz, Jared Sims, and many more. Yuriana participated in various Festivals and venues such as Sculler Jazz Club, Regatta Bar, Ryles, and The Berklee Performance Center. In summer of 2017, she moves to NYC where she starts a new musical adventure which takes her almost immediately to step foot on important stages like The Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Smoke Jazz Club, Zinc Bar, Joe’s Pub, Highline Ballroom and The Kennedy Center. Sharing the stage with prominent musicians like John Webber (Jimmy Cobb, George Coleman, Eric Alexander and Harold Mabern), Doug Lawrence (saxophone player of the Count Basie Orchestra), Pat Bianci, Erena Terabuko, Bruce Harris, Ed Cherry, Dan Zanes and The Villalobos Brothers. Her versatility as drummer, percussionist, as well as singer, has opened the doors for her to become seasoned in a variety of musical genres; jazz, pop, Latin music, rock, R&B, Mexican, Ecuadorian, Bolivian, Venezuelan, Colombian, Puerto Rican and Brazilian folk. Playing music has allowed her to visit places like Canada, the US, Italy, Mexico and Ecuador.