Sonia was born in Madrid where she attained her degree from The Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza.
She continued her studies at the Broadway Dance Center in New York and drama, singing, voice craft, voice over acting and fencing in Madrid.
As a professional flamenco dancer she has worked for different companies such as, “Joaquín Cortés” (Pasión Gitana, world tour), “Rafael Aguilar” (Carmen, Bolero, and as a soloist on Rango) and “Rafael Amargo” (Estriptis, Spanish tour) among many others.
Her debut in musical theatre was in the role of “Cha-‐chá Di Gregorio” in “Grease” and continued as Roxie Hart in “Chicago”, “Sister Amnesia” in “Nunsense”; “Maria” and understudy “Sally” in the premier of “When Harry met Sally”; Understudy “Rosie”, dance captain and swing in “Mamma Mía!” Madrid; She moved to London’s West End to be “La Gatuna” and Assistant Choreographer in the first cast of “Zorro the Musical” as well as dance captain on the Japanese Tour.
She is part of the creative team for Littlestar Ltd. on “Mamma Mía!” as Associate Choreographer for the South African Tour and Barcelona ́s production and as Assistant Choreographer on the Chinese Tour, Paris and the Spanish Tour productions.
She worked in television on several shows and series such us “The Gong Show” (President of the judges), “Family Rock” (Presenter) and “Centro Médico” or “Los Serrano”.
She also appeared in short films like “Muerte ó Vida” (Lucía) and “Maquiavelo” and also in several plays such as “Oficina de Patentes” or “Es Así”.
As a fight actress she worked in the Ópera “El Combattimento” of Monteverdi and as the Action Director’s Assistant in “La Familia de Pascual Duarte”, the famous play by Camilo José Cela.
As a choreographer she has worked on the films “Los Managers” directed by Fernando Guillén Cuervo or “Camarón” directed by Jaime Chavarri as well as in television on “Family Rock” and “The Gong Show” and on plays and musical theatre such as “El Intercambio”, “The mother f**ker of the hat”, “Orquesta de Señoritas”, “Macabaret” and “El Lamento de las Divas”.
Her debut as a director was with the play “Photocall en tu cama” (Microteatre Madrid) and later on with “Patent Office” (Microteatre Valencia). She works as assistant director in the musical “Macabaret” (BBW 2012 Award for Best Musical in small format).
She is the artistic director of the “Musical Theater Awards” (PTM Awards) and part of the production team with Raul Ibai, since its inception in 2007.
Voice-over actress and singer on advertising, jingles, corporate videos, TV serials and films.
As a singer she is performing her own solo concerts in Madrid since last year. She is also part of the project “Señoritas on Fire” (Madrid and London) for female singer songwriters from Spain.
She performed the role of “Victoria” in “The mother f**ker of the hat” at the Teatro Principe Gran Vía (Madrid).
Sonia has been the assistant choreographer of Andrew Hallsworth for the new musical production “Priscilla, Queen of the desert” in Spain.
She has worked as a fixer for the BBC program “The People´s Strictly for Comic Relief”.
She was the choreographer for the “15th Anniversary of Stage Entertainment Spain”.
She has collaborated for the new show of Karen Bruce “The Last Tango” (UK Tour), with a flamenco piece. Starring by Flavia Cacace and Vincent Simone.
She has started in the film industry as an actress with Ignacio Oliva´s new film, “Heretic. Last Akhenaten”.
She is part of the ensemble of the film ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again!’ and has participated in “Avenue 5”, the new science fiction comedy television series created by Armando Iannucci that premiered on HBO.
She is the Spanish voice of “Topsy” (Meryl Streep) for the new Disney Film, “Mary Poppins Returns”.
Sonia is part of the creators of “Ñ” Spain Spectacular Show, along Cesar Belda and Chemari Bello, where she has participated as a producer, director and choreographer.
Stage Director, Choreographer and Casting Director of the new show “WAH” at Ifema Madrid. Produced by Music Has No Limits.
She just finished the new production of “A Chorus Line” in Spain, representing the character of “Sheila”. Produced by Antonio Banderas, Teatro del Soho Caixabank and John Breglio.