She studied saxophone at the Music School of Fiesole in the class of Prof. M ° Alda Dalle Lucche brilliantly obtaining her diploma at the G.B.Martini Conservatory of Bologna. She followed several Masters and courses held by Prof. Master Alda Dalle Lucche and participated in Masters held by Jean-Yves Fourmeau and Mario Marzi Masters.
She performed in various chamber music groups including saxophone duo, saxophone septet and quartet, with the last of which she ranked second in the “II International Competition for soloists and wind ensembles of Villacidro (CA)” and in more unusual and experimental formations such as trio with piano and cello, trio with flute, with small cello orchestra and quartet consisting of two saxophones, clarinet, bass clarinet and percussions with whom she played several concerts. She performed at the Festival "Musica sulle Apuane", Festival "Sounds and colors in Tuscany", "Exclusive Tuscany", "Lunatica" with the saxophone quartet “Auris” . Since 2013 she took part of the Alkanna quartet and solo sax Alda Dalle Lucche with whom she participated in the 55th Festival of the two worlds of Spoleto, Santa Fiora in music and Contemporartensemble. She collaborated with the Children's Orchestra of the Music School of Fiesole, with the contemporary Ensemble of the same School and with the Italian Youth Orchestra. She participated in Verdi's Centenary in a concert in the city of Parma with the Conservatory of Carpi under the chamber music class of Maestro Angelo Gabrielli. She worked with the orchestra of the Teatro Comunale di Bologna under the direction of Master Marco Angius on occasion of the "Tribute to Bruno Maderna on the fortieth anniversary of his death" in May 2013. She currently teaches pre-academic saxophone at the Music School of Fiesole, for which she also carries out projects within primary schools and in the same school to bring young people closer to wind instruments of the band type (Progetto Banda / Sbandiamo) She obtained the Master's Degree at the Faculty of Literature and Philosophy in Florence, in December 2013.