The College of Charleston Monday Night Concert“ For the greater part of these selections Dearmas’ playing maintained an excellent balance of technical poise and expressive control…her plectra flew with increasing grace as the recital progressed, and her playing rose to the brilliance of the music, especially in the later half.” The Post and Courier – Jack Dressler.
Degree in Piano from the School of Music of the University of Uruguay, and a degree in harpsichord from the Superior Conservatory of Music at Zaragoza, Spain.
After ending her piano degree with Raquel Boldorini, she began to study antique music in an “Introduction harpsichord course” with Eduardo Gilardoni and Miguel Marozzi. Later she wins a scholarship conferred by the Foundation “Fernando el Católico”, and travels to Spain to attend the Harpsichord Courses at the Superior Conservatory of Music in Zaragoza (Spain) with José L. González Uriol, finishing with the highest qualifications. She completed her studies under the guidance of Prof. Edmundo Hora, head of the Ancient Music Department at the Arts Institute of the Campinas University (UNICAMP – Sao Paulo, Brazil) and she goes to harpsichord and chamber music master classes with Jacques Ogg, Pierre Hantai and Rosana Lanzelotte.
In Uruguay she is invited as a soloist and in chamber music ensembles in annual series of concerts: Mozarteum Foundation of Uruguay, Catholic University, Cultural Centre of Spain in Uruguay, series of concert of Chamber Music in Sodre Institution. She plays as soloist and continuist in the OSSODRE and Philarmonic Orchestra of Montevideo.
She has performed with prestigious musicians: Elizabeth Blumenstock, Manfred Kraemer, Joachim Fuss, Amiram Ganz, Alain Daboncourt, Juan Manuel Quintana, The Catalan Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Joan Pŕmies.
In 2007 she won, with Sergio Fernández Cabrera, the first prize awarded by the Uruguayan Ministry of Education and Culture in the annual competition “Funds for Cultural and Artistic Development” with the project “Iberoamerican Landscape for Guitar and Harpsichord” performing in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Salamanca, Ciudad Real and Zaragoza. (Spain).
Since the year 2000 she takes part of the Dearmas Duo with her sister, harpsichordist Laura Dearmas, doing the diffusion of baroque duettos, original for two harpsichords, as well as national and latin american contemporary music. In November 2011 they did a tour of concerts with the support of the Uruguayan Ministry of Education and Culture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs “within the framework of the Bicentenary of the Emancipation Process of Uruguay”. They presented the program “A Trip through the Music of Spain and Latin America” in Israel (The Buchmann – Mehta School of Music-Tel-Aviv University), Holland ( Maastricht-Cellebroederskapel, and Amsterdam-Aemstelrande Concerten )and Spain (Auditori Eduard Toldrá of Barcelona), where Dearmas Duo released pieces of Uruguayan composers with the rhythms of candombe, tango and milonga.
She played as a soloist and with the Dearmas Duo in Brazil - San Benito Monastery (Săo Paulo-Vinhedo), Ancient and Baroque Music Festival (Curitiba), Campinas University, San Pedro Theatre (Porto Alegre); Spain - Patio de la Infanta (Ibercaja), Zaragoza Auditorium, Auditorium of the Municipal Conservatory of Barcelona; The USA - Miami Spain Cultural Centre, Andrés Bello Auditorium IDB (Washington), Charleston University, Miami Bach Society in which the Dearmas Duo opened the 2010/2011 series of concerts.
2005 : “Influence of French Music in Germany in XVII- XVIII Centuries”
2008 : Dearmas Duo recorded “German Music for Two Harpsichords”
2011: “Concierto del Plata” dedicated to the diffusion of the Uruguayan music with guitarists Sergio Fernández Cabrera and Daniel Wolff, which had two nominations for the Açorianos Awards of Music/2011 in Porto Alegre (Brazil)".
Besides her career as a performer, she is Professor of piano and harpsichord; she directs with Laura the music workshop "Introduction to the Keyboard" in The Anglo School and organizes events for the diffusion and development of baroque music in Uruguay.