She obtained her first degree in opera singing at the Conservatory Alfredo Casella in L’Aquila in 2000 and in 2007 she graduated with honors in Early and Baroque Music at the Conservatory Licinio Refice of Frosinone.
In 2010 she completed her degree at the Conservatory of Neuchatel in Switzerland, where she graduated obtaining the certificat Superieur d'Exécution.
In 2005 she was the soprano soloist in the greek tragedy "Le Troiane" at the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza. In 2007she was the main soloists and manager of the choir that takes part at 'annual edition of the Greek tragedy. This was produced by the National Institute of Ancient Drama at the Greek Theatre of Syracuse.

She has been the soloist in the ensemble "The Vertuosa Compagni de'Musici di Roma"with which she has performed in prestigious venues such as the Teatro dell'Opera of Rome, auditoriums, concert halls, embassies, churches, both in Italy and abroad.
She has had the chance to study at the Saint Louis Music Academy in Rome where she honed her skills with the likes of Cinzia Spata, Javier Girotto, Riccardo Biseo, Giampaolo Ascolese and Maria Pia De Vito.

While studying, she took part in many workshop by Mark Murphy, Bob Stoloff, Barry Harris, Roy Hargrove. and is Currently she is studying jazz piano with Ramberto Ciammarughi.
She was a guest of radio shows including "Jazz a nota libera", conducted by Massimo Nunzi, "Media -Trek" conducted by Ernesto Assante, for the newspaper La Repubblica a many others.
Among the various recording projects, she collaborated in 2010 to the production of the work by Vinicio Capossela "Sailors, Prophets and Whales”.

In 2011 she recorded her first record entitled “Music for a while” with the band "Machine Project", a project that is based on sound research and improvisation and that draws musical material from the repertoire of ancient and early Baroque music. The album features,prestigious artists such as Fabrizio Sferra, Javier Girotto, Francesco Puglisi.

"The Spiral Quartet” is a new project she has with her husband and friend Gregory Hutchinson along with some of Italy's best musicians, Andrea Rea on piano, Daniele Sorrentino on bass.
The concept of this quartet is to take music composed by some of jazz finest musicians and to put original lyrics along with different interpretation. The goal is to create a new sound and new arrangements ,without forgetting the tradition in which the music was composed.
Another project is the one with the pianist Silvia Manco; together they founded the ensemble "Social Call" and reworked some of Betty Carter music.

From 2014 she follows the artistic direction, with Gregory Hutchinson, of the” Rome Summer Jazz Workshop”, a workshop created with the “Centro Ottava” of Mirella Murri.
She teaches jazz singing at the music school Ottava, where, in addition to giving singing lessons, she directs along with Silvia Manco a lab concentrating on the duo aspect of singing with piano and voice.
She also teaches a class on jazz piano for vocalists with the pianist Paolo Levato.