Silvia began her violin studies at the age of 7 at the Professional Conservatoire of Music of Sabadell (Barcelona) under the guidance of Professor Josep Lluis Puig Bartolome & Solange Dessane in Toulon (France), followers of the Dominique Hoppenot (Le Violon Interieur) method of violin playing, and extending them at the Superior Conservatoire of Music of Barcelona with Professor Joan Pamies & Evgeny Grach, who is a member of the LSO.
In 1996, she moved to London and studied with violinist Rodney Friend, Professor at the Royal College of Music, obtaining the CT ABRSM at The City Lit, under the guidance of Lesley Shrigley Jones. Enthusiastic about early education, in 2001 started her training on the Suzuki method, gaining in 2007 the Suzuki Method Diploma, recognised by the BSI and the ESA, under the Guidance of Felicity Lipman, Barbara Parham & Alison Apley. Later, she was accepted at the University of Sheffield where she completed in 2009 a Master in Music Psicology in Education. To complete her music education and violin pedagogy, in 2009 travels to Bloomingotn (USA) to study at Jacobs School of Music the program “String Pedagogy”, Indiana Univeristy, under the guidance of Mimi Sweig and her co-tutors Brenda Brenner, Sherry Sinift, James Przygocki and Rebecca Henry.
In 2010, she started her training on the Dalcroze method, from which she is still training, and in 2011 & 2012 receives her Certificates as Music Mind Games qualified teacher. In 2014, she embarks on learning the SECE (Suzuki Early Childhood Education) methodology for Babies, under the guidance of her creator Dorothy Jones, in Switzerland, and gaining her Certificate as SECE teacher of levels 1 & 2. In 2014 also, she was recognized by her founder and creator, Michiko Yurko, Teacher Trainer of Music Mind Games in Unit 1.
Silvia has performed with the Chamber orquestra “Eduard Toldrá”, where she was leader of 2nds and played as soloist; with Altissimo Ensemble, with whom she recorded a CD “San Gejtanu” in 2008 and with whom she performed at the Royal Festival Hall in London in 2009, presenting the compositions of Ian Steward. At present, she collaborates with Tactum Ensemble (Barcelona) and with the Orchestra Collegium Musicum La Rioja (Logroño).
Silvia has been founder member of Little Venice Suzuki Group, Founder and Director of Harrow Suzuki Group. In addition, she has been invited to many Suzuki workshops in England, Holland, Ireland and Spain.
At present, she lives in La Rioja, Spain, where she teaches violin, Dalcroze, SECE and Music Mind Games to children and where she traines other teachers to become Music Mind Games teachers.
Silvia wants to give the opportunity to every child to learn through music and be highly educated as human beings. She continues her CPD without stop to give all tools necessary to their students.