"Art is a powerful force, it doesn't move mountains, but it can move souls"

- Trinidad Montalva

"Always go forward and never turn back"

- Junipero Serra

Trinidad Montalva studied Music Composition and Viola da Gamba at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica of Chile, where she participated in many concerts and productions, such as the International Composers Encounter where she presented her Viola da Gamba solo piece "Sola", the University Theatre Festival with the original play "Balada para un Loco", several Early Music concerts and ensambles, and the original production "Medea tuvo la Culpa" by the Company 'La Seis', among others. 

Later she did an exchange program at NYU, where she fell in love with the city of New York. There, she enriched her musical background with classes such as Film Music, Musical Theatre History and Opera, among many others, and participated at the Viola da Gamba ensamble The Teares of the Muses directed by Margaret Panofsky.

After finishing her Musical Studies she returned to NYC to study Acting and Musical Theatre at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, where she was able to expand her knowledge and polish her craft both as a Musician and as an Actor.