Born in Mexico City, Leticia Gómez-Tagle had her first piano lessons at the age of 8 with Prof. Trinidad Ramos. She later studied with the Mexican pianist Manuel Delaflor and pursued music theory with Prof. Angel Esteva Loyola.
By the age of thirteen, she began to perform in different cities of Mexico. She participated in piano master classes by Orlando Otey, Paul Badura-Skoda, Jörg Demus and Gyorgy Sandor.
She won several prizes in national competitions in Mexico, on radio, TV, and at the University of Puebla, as well as in the Sala Chopin competition, for which she was awarded a scholarship to study at the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in Vienna, Austria.
She attended piano master classes given by Prof. Michael Krist, studying Performance, achieving highest honors in Pedagogy, and receiving her Diploma in 1991. In June 2001, she received her title of Magistra Artium at the University of Music in Vienna.
The Chopin International Competition in Warsaw 1990 puts a start in her international performance career.
Since then she has performed in many different cities in Europe (Austria, France, Spain, Poland, Slowakia, Hungary and Germany) and participated in Music Festivals like: Wiener Bezirksfestwochen, Schlosskonzerte Sitzenberg Reidling, Kulturfrühling Schloss Tillysburg, Wiener Kaleidoskop der Nationen, Stiftkonzerte Wiener Neustadt, Kultursommer Mauerbach, Konzertreihe Mexikanische Musiker Schuberthaus Wien, Polnish Chopin Concerts in Warsaw, Zdúnska Wola and Radom, Ciclo Chopin Mallorca "Casa Balaguer", Ciclo "Un invierno en Mallorca", Conciertos "Deiá", Conciertos "Casa Sureda", Burgkonzerte Bratislava, Conciertos "Maison du Mexique" París, Budapest Fenyvesliget Concerts, Concerts Forum Haus Hardtberg Euskirchen/Köln, Festival "Música Jové" Gobierno de Baleares, Conciertos Caja sur de Córdoba y Pozo Blanco, Conciertos Sanostra Mallorca, Conciertos extraordinarios Conaculta and others.
Also in México City and in different cities of the country, and as soloist with the Orquesta Filarmónica de la ciudad de México, Orquesta Sinfónica del I.P.N. and Orquesta Filarmónica de Querétaro, México.
Since 1996 she has been asked to give piano master classes to students at conservatories throughout Spain. Currently, she resides in Vienna and is professor of piano at the School of Music in Linz, Austria.
She is one of the mexican pianists who has put herself in the row of the today's pianists in Europe.