Born in Barcelona, I have studied classical and contemporary singing at the Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu and later a Master degree in Lied at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya, specializing in contemporary music.
I have worked mainly with Dolors Aldea (disciple of Gérard Souzay) and Francisco Poyato, as well as with Wolfram Rieger, Dalton Baldwin, Ulrich Eisenlohr, Burkhard Kehring, Cindee Sanner, Elena Copons, Enric Martínez-Castignani, Joan Martín-Royo and Jordi Domènech.
I have been awarded by Fundació Victoria de los Ángeles and also by Wolfram Rieger at the Curs Internacional de Lied de Joventuts Musicals de Catalunya.
In the field of Lied, I have performed around Barcelona and Spain highlighting the LIFE Victoria Lied Festival in which I collaborated with Ian Burnside and Roderick Williams on “Die schöne Magelone".
Since 2020 I also work in my Dúo Aramai, a classical voice and guitar duo. Together we've played in many different festivals, such as Art Llobet Guitar Festival.
In the field of contemporary music, I've been part of many different multidisciplinary projects with circus, theatre, electronic music and audiovisuals in different festivals, such as La Palanca Contemporary Circus Festival or Festival de los Castillos.
On september 2019 I've been a member of the Voix Nouvelles Academy at Royaumont, France, working with Donatienne Michel-Dansac and premiering La Cité des Dames by Justina Repečkaitė, who is currently studying at IRCAM.
I have collaborated with different contemporary ensembles, such as CrossingLines Ensemble at OUT·SIDE'20 FESTIVAL, Barcelona; with Grupo Instrumental s.XX at RESIS Festival 2021, A Coruña.
From 2017 to 2022 I worked in the Companyia MesèMes, an a cappella contemporary music duo, working in multidisciplinary creations with another companies and artists: www.mesemes.cat
Since 2021, I am member of Vertixe Sonora Ensemble: www.vertixesonora.net
On july 2022 I've premiered the opera L'ocell redemptor by Fabià Santcovsky on Gran Teatre del Liceu as a part of the project "Òh!Pera".