Born and raised in Vigo (Spain), she started taking violoncello lessons at the age of eight at the Conservatorio Profesional de Música of the same city with Isabel Figueroa. In 2008 she moved to Barcelona to eventually graduate from the Conservatori Superior Liceu.
She took lessons from prestigious cellists such as Cristoph Coin, Barbara Switalska, Asier Polo and Herre Jan Stegenga and has also been part of several international orchestras such as the Réssonnance Orchestra in Switzerland, or La Via dei Concerti in Italy.
Her exploration of the limits of cello’s sound and aesthetic has led her to experiment with genres where her instrument is not as common, such as the Permanent Jazz Seminar (SPJ) in Pontevedra or the Permanent Free Improvisation Seminar (SPIL).
She received the Young Music Award 2015 to the best Galician band with the Duo Treme. In 2018 she played as a solist for the Teatro Real production Pulcinella, a show based on Igor Stravinsky's ballet. She has two discographic albums with multi-instrumentalist Fernando Barroso: Silence Lovers Club (2018) and Xograr (2020) and also with the Contemporany Music Trio Eixos Cromáticos (2020) and the Jazz Quintet Límbico (2021).
She composed and performed original music for different works such as the short film Puzzle by Nicolas Ferglez or the show Good Luck by Alfonso Rivera.
In 2020 she presented her solo project Cello&Electronics, which merges the classical cello with effects, voices, loops and electronics. Since her premiere at the WOS Festival with great reception she has played on stages like Prinsenkwartier in Delft, Onder aan de Dijk in Rotterdam, Teatro Colón in A Coruña or Conde Duque auditorium in Madrid.