She studied piano, chamber music and music pedagogy and graduated from the Royal Conservatory of Madrid. She pursued studies in composition with professors Antón G. Abril and Gabriel Brncic and, interested in jazz, she took courses of analysis and jazz composition in several schools as well as at Alcalá University. She also studied electroacoustic composition at the Conservatory of Cuenca and her works started being performed in 1995. Since then, mention must be made of her music in concerts at the National Auditory (1995), Electroacoustic Festival Meeting Point (1997, 1998), Cruce Hall (2003), Reina Sofía Art Centre of Madrid (2005), Mirador Project (2005) and Digital Salon of New York (2006).
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