She was born in Belgium, and grew up in Israel. She began to play piano at the age of six. She studied piano under Viktor Derevianko and Natasha Tadson at the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance in Tel Aviv.
Afterwards she studied at the Chapelle Royale Reine Elisabeth in Brussels, and studied with Martha Argerich. In 1996 she moved to Basel, Switzerland, where she studied for four years as a student of Krystian Zimerman. Later on she took part in masters courses in piano at the International Piano Academy Lake Como under Alicia de Larrocha, Dimitri Bashkirow, Andreas Staier, and Leon Fleisher.
She followed Fleisher to the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore, Maryland, for a year. In 2000 she won the international competition, Senigallia, and in 2001 the Juventus Award.
- 2005: Chaconne (Pieces from Ferruccio Busoni, Rudolf Lutz, and Johann Sebastian Bach), with Amandine Beyer (violin)
- 2008: Sonatas from Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach for violin and piano
- 2008: Fantasies from Robert Schumann
- 2009: Nun Komm der Heiden Heiland – Preludes, fugues und chorals from Bach
- 2010: Chopin Sonate2/Préludes
- 2010: Mozart Concerto No. 9 Jeune Homme et Concertos No's 12 & 14 – Edna Stern & Orchestre d'Auvergne – Highly Acclaimed Performance BBC Radio CD Review