he began to study singing at age fifteen with the teacher Marina Santillán, continued with Eleonora Barletta, later with Katie Viqueria and, now, with Susana Naidich.

At the Conservatorio «Argentino Galván» —of the Academia Nacional del Tango— she studied with the singers Victoria Morán and María José Mentana and with the musicians Aníbal Arias, Juan Trepiana and Ramón Maschio.

As complementary studies she attended a course on bandoneon playing with Martin Benedetti and goes on studying at the Conservatorio de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires «Astor Piazzolla» with Pablo Mainetti and composition with Edgardo Cardozo. Not fully satisfied with all this she furthered her training with theater, musical language and piano classes.

She appeared at the Café Tortoni accompanied on piano by Juan Trepiana, at the Centro Cultural Julián Centeya, at the Teatro Verdi and at the Torquato Tasso. She shared the bill with consecrated artists: Susana Rinaldi, Jorge Navarro, Juan Vattuone and different orchestras of the young tango generation.

Furthermore, she sang at the Palacio Barolo along with the Faggiano Duo and had made appearances on radios and other venues with the guitarist Patricio Crom. She appeared at the Centro Cultural de la Cooperación, within the Festival de Tango Independiente with the Alan Haksten Grupp Orchestra.

She was invited to sing on Radio Nacional along with Juan Trepiana in the program La Fonola and on other radio stations, together with Crom, on Radio Mitre, at the program Fractura Expuesta —on Radio de las Madres—, on Radio de la Ciudad, among others. In 2008 she sang at the Academia Nacional del Tango and in 2010 she appeared in the documentary Gricel, directed by Jorge Leandro Colás.

She is founder of the group Vanguardia Vieja which was born in 2006. She is the vocalist of the contemporary tango group Alan Haksten Grupp. With Patricio Crom she has the Dúo RozenCrom and with the pianist Juan Ignacio Esteguy: the duo Tajo y Tajo.

Her first disc was entitled Proyección. It was arranged and led by Néstor Díaz. In 2011 she made a tour of Chile with the Dúo RozenCrom.

This young female singer is fond of the new tango trends but not disregarding its essence and explores its possibilities of fusion with other genres.