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Soloist assistant at the Orquesta Estable del Teatro Argentino in La Plata (Buenos Aires/Argentina), she was the main soloist of the symphonic music group in the city of Buenos Aires.

She began her musical studies at an early age. His clarinet teachers include masters Eduardo Ihidoype, Mariano Frogioni, Luis Rossi and Guy Deplus (Paris). She has assiduously attended clarinet and chamber music classes with masters such as Stanley Drucker, Patricia Kostek, Antonio Saiote, Martin Tow, David Weber, Quatuor Amadeus, Martin Lovett, etc.

In 1989, she obtained her diploma as a senior national music teacher specializing in clarinet from the National Conservatory of Music, Carlos López Buchardo (UNA). She graduated from the École Normale de Musique de Paris with the 1st prize unanimously in 1994. She has also won the gold medal in chamber music at the Conservatoire National de Montreul, Paris and is a member of several orchestras in the country, the Juvenil de LRA Radio Nacional, the Filarmónica de Buenos Aires, the Sinfónica Nacional, the opera associations Juventus and Buenos Aires and finally the International Orchestra of the CROUS de Paris (tour in France).

As a soloist, she has played with major Argentine orchestras and participated in numerous chamber music ensembles, including the ARGOS Wind Quintet (with whom she recorded 2 CDs), Trio Sine Nomine (CD “Los Premios Municipales y algo más…” in 2009) and the recording of the CD of works for clarinet by Argentine composer Fernando Lerman. She founded and directed the quintet and clarinet ensemble Bs. Ace.

She has also worked extensively in contemporary music as a member of Ensemble XXI (resident ensemble of the Teatro Colon Experimental Centre), among others. As a chamber musician and soloist, she has performed in the most important venues in Argentina and abroad (Brazil, Paraguay, United States, France, Italy, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, etc.).

As a teacher, she has worked extensively in the children’s and youth orchestra program of the Ministry of Education of the City of Buenos Aires and the National and Youth Bicentennial Orchestra (Ministry of National Education). She currently gives private lessons to many students. She has participated as a concert performer and has been invited to several international clarinet conferences (Bolivia, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, etc.).