Linked by birth and environment with the great Chopin, her very fiber is steeped in the traditions of the great composer. She studied since the age of five at the Paris Conservatory. Upon culmination from the conservatory she went on to win the 1st Grand Prix and other top honors.
In the rural solitude of Saint-Gratien, near Paris, she took it upon herself to memorize, in the entirety, the complete works of Albeniz, Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Faure, Granados, Liszt, Ravel, and finally, the Busoni-Paganini-Liszt, Godowsky-Chopin arrangements and concertos.
In addition, a considerable amount of brilliant, unpublished manuscripts were given to her by Paderewski and are now included in her repertoire.
Her studies were interrupted, from time to time for appearances with the “Orchestra of the Palais de Chailot”, the “Grand Orchestra Pasdeloup and Lamouteux”, concerts and soiree organized by the famous French artist, Mme, Utrillo, the Salle Chopin, Salle Playel, Salle Gaveau, Post Parisiene and Radio Paris. In 1995, she played at the Royal Opera Hall in the presence of the Queen. She has made appearances at the Hollywood Bowl under the direction of Eugene Ormandy. She has made appearances with the Buffalo Orchestra in New York. She was invited to play at the White House for the Kennedy Family. She has played for audiences in Southern California at the Paderewski Festival in Paso Robles. She has enchanted audiences throughout the United States with her passion and talent for music.