ith a fate closely associated with art, she found her way of expression with classical dancing and singing. She studied dancing with figures of first level: Gloria Kazda, Liliana Belfiore, Rina Valver, Lidia Segni and Olga Ferri; and singing with maestros Héctor Mobilia and Christina Becker Hoffman, later she furthered her studies with Beatriz Muñoz, her teacher up to now.

In 1990 she made her first public appearances —alongside Roberto Florio, Roberto Goyeneche, Jorge Casal, Héctor Pacheco and Alberto Morán—, the latter her show business sponsor. She continued appearing at different tango venues and, in 1993, made her first tour of Japan along with Los Solistas de D'Arienzo.

She was requested to appear in many shows at venues of Greece, Italy, Spain, Monte Carlo, Portugal, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Hungary, Russia, Austria, the United States, Finland, France, Andorra, the Arab Emirates, Japan and throughout America.

In 2002 she was chosen by maestro Pablo Ziegler to be featured in María de Buenos Aires, the small opera by Ástor Piazzolla at different venues in the world along with José Ángel Trelles.

She was also summoned by maestros Héctor Zaraspe and José Libertella to join the Tango Pasión company with the Sexteto Mayor. She joined the cast of Tango x 2, headed by Miguel Ángel Zotto, and was chosen by Diego Romay to be the featured singer of Tanguera.

In her first recorded album, Íntima, the chosen repertoire is noteworthy. The accompaniment is played by high level musicians: the pianist and arranger Nicolás Ledesma, Pablo Agri on violin, and the special inclusion of the guitarist Hugo Rivas and maestros Leopoldo Federico and José Colángelo.