If written down, the story of her origin would probably fill a little book. Here, it sufficest to say that she came to the world in Switzerland, where she received her first two degrees in 'early music' (Renaissance/Baroque flute and in harpsichord).
However, her heart belongs to Medieval and Early Renaissance music. Her passion for it has brought her to the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis from where she graduated with distinction under the guidance of Pierre Hamon and Kathrin Bopp. In 2003, she joined the faculty of Schola's Department for Medieval and Renaissance Music as a tutor for medieval flutes and keyboard instruments. She is frequently invited to coach master classes.
In addition to her work with LA MORRA, where she plays early flutes and keyboard instruments (clavicimbalum and clavicytherium), she enjoys performing Baroque and contemporary music and has appeared both as a soloist and with various ensembles (including Jordi Savall's Hesperion XXI) all over Europe and in Middle East. Apart from the CDs with LA MORRA, she has recorded seventeenth-century music from Lombardy and J. S. Bach's flute sonatas, as well as music from fifteenth- and early sixteenth-century German keyboard and lute sources (with Michal Gondko). The year 2011 saw the release of I dilettosi fiori, her solo recital on the early flutes and clavisimbalum.