Born in Valencia, a city where she studies, Music, Languages and Journalism. Graduated and awarded with the medal of “Honorable Mention” in Intermediate and Superior Studies in Music.
Her training has influenced teachers like: M ª Angeles Peters, Ana Luisa Chova, Robert Expert, Luana de Vol, Dolora Zajick, Alberto Zedda, Wolfram Rieger, Vladimir Galouzine, Carlos Alvarez, Elizabeth Whitehouse, Elena Obratszova, Jorge Rubio, Ton Koopman, Enzo Spatola, Eduardo Lopez Banzo among others.
Since her debut in 1996 at the Palau de la Música in Valencia, she has offered recitals performing varied repertoire, symphonic, chamber and operatic.
Along her professional career she focus on the premiere of contemporary works, and the interpretation of chamber music, forming the trio “Three Portraits” with Luis Gonzalez (trumpet) and Pepe Gallego (piano) and the duo “Accent Iberian “with guitarist Jose A. G. Fuertes.
It is emphasized by the “rescue” of the great Spanish masters’ music from XIX century, and the most celebrated symphonic works. Highlights include:
“Oratorio de la Santa Cruz” (Miguel Angel García, 1999)
“Música per l’Enyor” (Jose Rafael Pascual) in the Palau de la Música in Valencia, 2001/2002 season.
“Acuvent” (David Cervera, 2001, recorded for EMI (album Talaud)
“Three Portraits” (Zacaro Francisco, 2003) recording of the album “Spanish twentieth century” (ASA RECORDS)
“Mis dos mujeres” (Barbieri), premiered at the Teatro del Bosque (Mostoles), Centro Cultural de la Villa (Madrid) and Villamarta Theatre of Jerez.
“Abantos” (Walter Silva), world premiere, Madrid Autumn Festival 2003.
“German Requiem” (Brahms), Teatro Monumental de Madrid 2004.
“Colegialas y soldados”, “El duende” (Rafael Hernando) and “El relámpago” (Barbieri), Auditorio Conde Duque-2005-2006.
“El domino azul” (Arrieta) Móstoles Theater 2006.
“Mis dos mujeres” (Barbieri), Summers of Villa-Madrid 2005
“La Verbena de la Paloma” Summers of Villa-Madrid 2006.
“Jugar con fuego” (Barbieri), Summers of Villa-Madrid-2007.
“La Revoltosa” (Chapí) Summers of Villa-Madrid 2008
“Zarzuela Anthology” Summers of Villa-Madrid 2009.
“La Corte del Faraón,” Zarzuela Festival de Tenerife, 2010.
“La Verbena de la Paloma”, “Agua, azucarillos y aguardiente” Summers of Villa 2011.
She sang major operatic roles including his performances at the Teatro Real de Madrid (Ópera en familia) as the Countess in “The Marriage of Figaro” in 2003, Asia and Pepa on “Agua, azucarillos y aguardiente” in 2002, as Pamina “The Magic Flute “(Teatro Monumental Madrid 2006), Donna Elvira” D. Giovanni “(staged by Giancarlo del Monaco) 2009, Mm. Krone and D. Ettore in productions of “Die Schauspieldirecktor” (Mozart) and “The Canterina” (Haydn) in the Tenerife Opera Festival 2010, “A trunk full of opera” Tenerife Opera Festival 2011, Dolores “La Dolores” (Thomas Breton National Music Auditorium in Madrid, December 2010), Corilla “Le Convenienze e inconvenienze teatrali” (Teatro Calderón de Valladolid, February 2011).
In the fall of 2004 and 2005 made two tours in Central Asia with the Philharmonic orchestras Symphony Almaty and Bishkek, interpreting Spanish repertoire (Falla, Turina, Sor, Lorca, etc.). Also, she visited Vietnam offering MASTERCLASS at the National Academy of Music and working with the Hanoi Philharmonic Orchestra, with a repertoire of Falla and under the direction of Carlos Cuesta.
In August 2011, she offered three recitals at the Festival “Theatre Graetia Magna” Calabria, with Cristina Presmanes, and the renowned director and actress Annamaria de Luca.
In August 2008, she was awarded by the International Music Festival Lyrique d’En Sarria Callosa with two prizes for her excellent performance as a finalist.
She has recorded Spanish repertoire (“Zarzuela en el olvido” for RNE) and she appears in the Dictionary of the Zarzuela by Emilio Casares, for her career and her rescue of Spanish genre.
Among her recordings, there are included: “Spanish Twentieth Century” with Lluís Gonzalez and Pepe Gallego “Three Protraits”, “Acuvent” on the album “Talaud” by David Cervera-EMI, “Música per l’Enyor” by José Rafael Pascual, “The Magic Flute” for Caja Madrid, and “Los niños han gritado” by Jorge Fernandez Guerra published by the label Verso.
She won a platinum record with Universal Music for the sale of her album “Gala America.”