She began studying music in Monterrey, Mexico and attended high school at the former North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem with whom she studied classical piano with Eric Larsen. She simultaneously studied violin and viola and has taught both strings and piano to students as of the age of three for over ten years.
Razo has experience as both a classical and non-classical performer touring Mexico with a variety of youth symphonies and performing as a soloist in both Mexico and the United States. Upon committing to a career in music education, she has performed with a variety of Latin American and alternative music projects throughout North Carolina. An avid advocate for fine arts education, her interests include culturally responsive teaching along with researching the application of Native American music in American music classrooms. She holds certifications in both levels 1 of 2 of Orff-Schulwerk.