Alicia Ibáñez-Resjan was born in 2000 into a musical family. She started playing piano at the age of four with Meri Louhos. Alicia previously studied at the Junior Academy in Sibelius Academy with Hamsa Al-Wadi Juris and is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree with Teppo Koivisto.
Alicia has participated in numerous national Chopin events and the In Corpore Chamber Music Festival in Tallinn. In 2013, Alicia performed the first movement of Grieg's Piano concerto as a soloist with Concordia Orchestra in Turku and Helsinki under Jukka Perksalo. As a young artist she has performed at the Gradus Festival in Denmark (2014), at the Mänttä Music Festival (2015) and the Cividale Incontri di Musica Festival in Italy (2017). In the fall of 2016, Alicia performed Chopin's music at Temple Square in honor of Poland's Independence Day. In November 2016, Alicia performed the second part of the Saint-Saëns G minor concerto at the RSO Young Soloists' Concert with Hannu Lintu.
Competition successes include the first prize in the Stockholm International Competition (2014), the second prize in the Finnish Steinway Competition (2016) and the Juvenalia Chamber Music Competition in the Trio Series (2017). In January 2018, Alicia received the first prize in the Golden Classical Music Awards (New York) and was invited to perform at Carnegie Hall (Weill Recital Hall).