he started at a very young age by singing in a television program, La Escala Musical, with the accompaniment of the Armando Patrono’s group and was presented by the singer Joe Borsani. She also appeared in Patio de Tangos, a TV show which also featured stars like Julio Sosa, Elba Berón, Leopoldo Federico, among others.

In the 70s she appeared in different clubs, theaters, on radio stations and television, just to name a few places. She was presented by Héctor Larrea, Hugo Alcaraz, Raúl Outeda and Roberto Cassinelli. By that time she performed alongside Alberto Marino, Roberto Goyeneche and Jorge Casal.

In 1977 she resumed her singing studies with Héctor De Rosas —the renowned singer of the Astor Piazzolla’s quintet—, with whom she appeared on many venues of the capital and the interior of the country. In the following decade she appeared at the Café de los Angelitos where she shared the stage with Carlos Acuña, Osvaldo Ribó, Alberto Morán, Jorge Vidal and also in Calle Angosta alongside Elsa Rivas and Chacho Santa Cruz, with the accompaniment of Jorge Dragone. Also her appearances in Mar del Plata were frequent.

Between 1978 and 1987 at the Café Tortoni she appeared in the show Historia del Canto Nacional, organized by the well-remembered tango researcher and record collector Héctor Ernié, with a cast of first level figures.

Other outstanding performances took place at the Teatro Presidente Alvear with the Orquesta Municipal del Tango, conducted by Pascual Mamone in the cycle Buenos Aires hacia Los Barrios. By that time she was awarded with the Gardel de Oro for her career by the Centro Cultural Argentino del Tango.

As for recordings, she made her debut on record with Abel Aznar’s “Después de tanto daño” with the Rubén Sosa’s orchestra (1978). With the latter she also appeared in the carnival balls of that year at the Vélez Sarsfield club. In 1982 with the Víctor D'Amario Orchestra she recorded “Amor”, a Gardel’s posthumous tango, Pedro Ortiz’s “La piel de Buenos Aires” and “Qué culpa tiene Dios”, among others. In 1994 with the Pascual Mamone’s sextet she recorded a cassette with several tangos that, now, have been compiled for a compact disc entitled Norma Ferrer, la dulce expresión del tango.

In 2004 she was awarded with a diploma for her career as true interpreter of our national and popular culture issued by the Cámara de Diputados de la Nación and delivered at the Teatro Lola Membrívez. In 2005 she traveled to Madrid and appeared in different venues. In 2006 she again returned to that city and appeared at El Viejo Almacén, named after the homonymous venue of Buenos Aires, invited by the singer Carlos del Mar. On that occasion our friend Rodolfo Ghezzi interviewed her in his radio program.

She recorded the vocal guide of karaokes CDs that Roberto Rial Producciones and Todo Tango offers on the web.