Thanks to the magical way in which María Cristina fell under the spell of the vocal repertoire of the so-called early music – more accurately, the music of the renaissance and early baroque – she changed from her passionate and obsessive study of the violin to that of singing.
From her birthplace in Tandil, and after two years of initial studies in Buenos Aires, she went on to the Schola Cantorum Basilensis, a mecca for her chosen repertoire.
There, under the tutelage of her maestro René Jacobs, she gained the fundamental knowledge necessary for her to take up the vertiginous life which devoting herself to music has meant.
María Cristina has had the privilege of sharing music and mythical stages with world-class performers, some of whom today are considered pioneers in the field of early music – names such as Nikolaus Harnoncourt, René Jacobs, Frans Brüggen, Chiara Banchini, Philippe Herreweghe, Jordi Savall y Christophe Coin, among many others
Simultaneously, as co-founder of the Daedalus Ensemble, the vocal quartet La Colombina, and the ensemble Concerto Soave with Jean-Marc Aymes, María Cristina has consolidated her musical identity which has also allowed her to explore other musical horizons. She has premiered new compositions, some of which have been dedicated to her, and is currently working on new musical projects with the vihuelist Ariel Abramovich (Armonía Concertada), and guitarists Pablo Márquez (classical) and Krishnasol Jiménez Moreno (baroque).