She studied singing and piano at the Conservatori Liceu, where she obtained the highest marks, the Mercedes de Bonis award and the Gold Medal at the end of his career. Subsequently, she continued her training at the Mozarteum in Salzburg under the masters Liselotte Egger and Paul Shilhawsky, obtaining his graduate with honors. In this same city, she was awarded with the Bernhard Paumgartner Medal in 1972 “for his extraordinary interpretation of Mozart’s vocal work”. She specialized in oratorio and lied, a subject in which she has been a true reference, especially thanks to his PhD in German Language by the University of Munich. She also has done an intense work on the French repertoire after establishing contact with the legendary Gérard Souzay, of whom she was an assistant professor at the International Summer Courses in Nice.
Her repertoire is very extensive and ranges from baroque authors to contemporary music, and she has developed it throughout her long artistic career at international festivals and stages throughout Europe, Latin America and Japan.
In 1991 she began teaching at the Conservatori de Terrassa and has also been a teacher at the Conservatori de Tarragona and the Institut del Teatre (Barcelona). She has also given masterclasses in France, Germany, Spain, Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil and Japan, and is a promoter and teacher of the Opera Courses at the Teatre Fortuny (Reus). In his many years of teaching activity, she has mentored numerous singers of all styles: opera, lied, oratorio, ancient and contemporary music, choral conducting, actors, among others. She has carried out this task at the Conservatori Liceu in parallel to her concert activity.
In the same way, she has made numerous recordings for national (RNE, TV3, Catalunya Ràdio) and international media (TE ORF of Austria, RTF of France) and was awarded “Best Light Soprano” in the Francesc Viñas International Singing Contest of 1996.