Born in Buenos Aires, she studied with professors Jacques Doué and Xavier Gagnepain in France to continue later with Janos Starker at the University of Indiana (USA). In Spain she earned a Degree in Cello and Chamber Music, and she also was the winner of the Nicanor Zabaleta Scholarship from the Diputación de Guipúzcoa (1995). In 2015 she obtained her PHDDegree at the University of A Coruña with the thesis “Contributions of David Popper in cello teaching”.

She develops her career in A Coruña, first as a collaborator of the Galician Symphony Orchestra and teacher at the Professional Conservatory of Music of A Coruña and currently as cello professor at the Superior Conservatory of Music of A Coruña.

She has been invited to teach Master Classes at the ESMAE in Porto (Portugal), the Santa Cecilia Conservatory of Music in Rome, the School of Music of the University of Ostrava (Czech Republic), the Academy of Music in Krakow (Poland), Music Summer Course of the Vitoria International Music Festival, Presjovem International Festival and Course in Córdoba and Hagamos Música music course since 2016. She has participated in music festivals such as those of Prades and Les Arcs in France, Manchester in the United Kingdom, Kronberg in Germany, Lenk in Switzerland or Siena in Italy.

She has performed cello and piano recitals at the Quincena Musical de San Sebastián, the Segovia Festival, concert series such as Martes Musicales de Vitoria, and great halls such as those of the Bilbao Philharmonic Society, the Juan March Foundation or the Conde Duque Center in Madrid. In 2010 she played the integral of Beethoven’s sonatas for cello and piano in León. In 2003 she went on a concert tour of Argentina as part of a cello duo and also performing in France and Greece with a contemporary music program by Spanish authors.

In the early music field, she has participated in the Vía Stellae 2008, 2009 and 2010 festivals, Festival Musiquem Lleida, enjoying the privilege of playing a G.B.Grancino cello built in 1697.