1986, Barcelona, Spain. Started her violin studies at nine and continued her education at the Girona Professional Conservatory of Music with Professor María Victoria Fernández, finishing with the highest qualifications and receiving an Extroirdinary Prize. Later she continued her education at the Conservatory of the Barcelona Lyceum with Professor Gonçal Comellas and at the Catalonia Higher School of Music with Kai Gleusteen.
Since the 2007-2008 academic year she continues her education at the Reina Sofía School of Music with Professor Zakhar Bron, Head of the Fundación Telefónica Violin Chair. She enjoys a tuition scholarship from the Rayet Foundation and the Albéniz Foundation.
As a student ot this School has received Master Classes from Igor Ozim, Ana Chumachenko and Eszter Perényi and she is a membr of the Sony Chamber Orchestra and of the Freixenet Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Maestros Péter Csaba, Max Valdés, Jordi Salvall, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Stefan Lano and Antoni Ros-Marbà.
She was distinguished as the Most Outstanding Student of the Violin Department in the academic year 2007-2008, an award she received from Her Majesty the Queen.<br>
Elena Rey was a member of the Catalonia National Orchestras, Atena Youth Orchestra the Jeunesses Musical World Orchestra and the Joven Orquesta Nacional de España. Elena Rey has performed with conductors such as Salvador Mas, Lutz Köhler and Giamandrea Noseda, among others.
She as been member of the Terrassa 48 Orchestra, has collaborated with the Jone X Orchestra, with the 'Barcelona 216' Group of contemporary music, Andorra National Orchestra, with productions of the Lyceum Theater and with the Cadaqués Orchestra with conductors such as Sir Neville Marriner and Jaime Martin.
Additionally, she has performed as soloist and chamber music player. In 2009 she was First Prizewinner in the individual category and with groups: the 'Tempo de Orange' a chamber music group created at the Reina Sofía School of Music, and at the 'Ciutat de Manresa' Competition.