Eduardo Notrica completed his studies in his native Buenos Aires (Argentina). He took part in advanced courses in choral conducting and ancient music in Buenos Aires (the Bariloche Music Camp), Britain (the Dartington Summer School) and Germany (the Kirchenmusikschule in Berlin). He was awarded his Master's degree in Choral Conducting at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin, and the recording of his graduation concert (featuring Mendelssohn's "Paulus", was published by the "Clásica" label in Buenos Aires.
He founded the ensemble "Música de la Corte" in Berlin at the beginning of 2000, and, with the Ensemble, has taken on the task of making the ancient music of Spain better known. As much an instrumentalist as a conductor, he has taken part in numerous concerts in Argentina, Uruguay, Germany, Denmark, Spain, England, Scotland, Italy, Switzerland and Austria. He contributes regularly to the task of editing the music magazines Amadeus and Goldberg-Magazine and others.