She began her studies with professors Jose Luis Peris, Pedro Iturralde, Javier De La Vega, Andrés Gomis and later, she was awarded a scholarship by the IVM, the French Ministry and the A.I.E.
She studied saxophone at the National Conservatory of Bordeaux (France) with the pedagogues and concert musicians Jean Marie Londeix and M.Bernardette Charrier, obtaining “Gold Medal” for Unanimity, Jury Congratulations (France 98-99) and Medal of Honor of the Villa de Bordeaux (99-2000). She is later awarded in the International Interpreting Competitions: Tim, Pedro Bote, Allegro and Gustav Bumker from Germany.
Xelo Ginger is a member and co founder of the chamber music groups:
“The music is clearly manifested in his personality charged with overwhelming energy”.
“Fantastic, incredible, when you play, you make every musical phrase, you are inside of it, every gesture, every movement, it is pure naturalness and expression”.
“His work aims to be a reflection of the timelessness and universality of artistic expression more properly human and latent: music through the interpretation, creation and dissemination of works of live music”.
“It was in Montreal, in July 2000. I had the great pleasure of discovering to Xelo, a magnificent musician, linked to the creation of new works from the contemporary repertoire. Great saxophonist and of beautiful artistic conception. Thanks to a joint musical project that was carried out in Valencia in May 2002, I was able to discover the multiple qualities of Xelo, as a musician, as an artist, involved at the level of the organization and the scenic conception, a musician with a great personality”.