Multifaceted artist born in Zaragoza. She began her Piano studies with M. Pesci, obtaining the title of Professor. At the same time she graduated in Singing with P. Andrés and studied Chemistry at the University of Zaragoza. She was initiated in early music with J. L. González Uriol and obtained the Superior Title of Harpsichord and Organ with honours. She also holds a degree in Orchestra Conducting from the Royal School of Music in London.
With a scholarship from the Diputación Provincial de Zaragoza and later from the "Commission Federale des Bourses pour etudiants strangers" of the Swiss Government, she studied at the "Schola Cantorum Basiliensis" where she studied basso continuo and chamber music (J. Christensen), singing (R. Jacobs and R. Levitt), conducting (H. Martín Linde), historical dance (E. Schneiter) and baroque dance (S. Weller). Simultaneously he attended harpsichord and clavichord classes with I. Wjuniski in Paris, concluding his studies with the First Prize in Harpsichord.
He has attended numerous international courses on early music and dance (B. van Asperen, K. Gilbert, J. Ogg, A. Yepes, B. Sparti, B. Massin...) and has attended the International Harpsichord Symposium held in Utrecht.
Her concert activity is intense throughout Europe, America and Japan as a soloist, as a member of orchestras and chamber ensembles or as a conductor. She has participated in numerous recordings.
She combines this musical career with her other facet as a historical dancer, dealing with the main styles from the Italian Renaissance, Spanish and French Baroque to the Escuela Bolera at the end of the 18th century. On the other hand, she is deeply interested in the study of original sources and is currently working on her Doctoral Thesis on the theatrical dance in the reign of Philip V under the direction of Begoña Lolo (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid). She also founded the historical dance company "Los Comediantes del Arte" with which she has already performed four different shows and is invited to give lectures or courses on ancient music and dance at conferences, universities and other institutions.
She has been a member of the team of Musical Pedagogy of the Diputación General de Aragón directed by María Ángeles Cosculluela. She was Artistic and Musical Director of the Orquesta Barroca del COSCYL from its foundation in 1999 until 2013. Since 1996 she has been teaching as Professor of Harpsichord and from 2020 she will again be the Coordinator of the Baroque Orchestra of the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Castilla y León.