Born in Florence, she began as a child classical dance studies at the Teatro Comunale in Ferrara then at the Hamlin school in Florence. She finally pursued her career at the school of Balletto di Toscana until she became a jazz dancer at the Opus Ballet, while starting to teach in Italy and Spain.

She graduated with honours from the Cesare Alfieri University in Political Science( Sociology of Culture) and studied at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole; then she began singing as a mezzo-soprano permanently as a choir artist in opera productions of many important Italian theatres.
She has been working in particular with the Orchestra Regionale Toscana (ORT), collaborating with directors such as Nicola Paszcowski, Daniele Agiman, Jonathan Webb, Beatrice Venezi, Andrea Cigni, Denis Krief and Cristina Pezzoli.
She sang as a soloist especially in the French chamber repertoire and also acted in various cultural projects in several important Florentine sites, including the Bargello Museum, the White Room of Palazzo Pitti and the Petraia Medici’s villa.
In the 2011/2012 academic year she assisted the world class singer Tiziana Tramonti, learning and improving her skills.
Within the school she also collaborated on various occasions with the compositor Andrea Portera performing unpublished works in various events including the international children's carnival at the Venice Biennale in 2016.
In 2017/2018 she attended the Gordon's Music Learning Theory at the Audiation Institute, which further encouraged her to approach music in a multidisciplinary and multisensory way.
The desire to merge music and body movements pushed her even further since she lately attended the Core Movement integration course of Mr. Della Grotte. The combination of her dancing and singing skills and the experience gained on stage during the past decade summarise the content of her course, which is now available at the school since years.