A multifaceted artist, she is an actress, dancer, singer and dubbing artist. Since 1990 she has performed in the main Italian theatres, demonstrating great versatility in her approach to different genres: musicals, operetta, prose and opera. With the Compagnia della Rancia she obtained prestigious roles in various musicals directed by Saverio Marconi. In 1999 she won the Italian Musical Theatre Awards as best female performer and from 2002 to 2012 she played leading roles in Roberto De Simone's theatre productions. At the Teatro San Carlo in Naples and at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, she played the role of Eleonora Pimentel Fonseca in Paisiello's Il Socrate Immaginario, a role added in Roberto De Simone's special staging. She is the voice-over artist in many successful Walt Disney and Warner Bros cartoons. In 2004 she was chosen by Andrew Lloyd Webber to dub Christine Daaé's singing in the Italian version of Joel Schumacher's movie The Phantom of the Opera. She carries out an intense concert activity in Italy and abroad in the field of early music. Her natural vocality is highly appreciated in the interpretation of the medieval, renaissance and baroque repertoire. She is a soloist in the ensembles Conserto Vago, Laus Concentus, Ensemble Durendal, Antica Consonanza. She is the artistic director of Clara Santacroce's Laboratorio Teatrale Arte Tempra and of the Autunno Cavese theatre festival, a prestigious event in the city of Cava de' Tirreni.