After her aclaimed debut as Violetta under the baton of Aldo Savagno, covered the role of donna Anna in New Generation Festival in Florence, and performed Adina in the festival Guadix clásica. Thus she continues to make her way in national and international theaters, confirming herself as one of the great talents of her generation. She has been involved in chamber music concerts beside the Getafe Symphonic Orchestra and with the Foundation Arte que Alimenta. She has scheduled concerts with the Orquesta de Jóvenes de la Provincia de Alicante and the Catholic Symphony Orchestra of Murcia. She has sung other leading roles as La Bohème, Il viaggio a Reims, Don Giovanni, Hänsel and Gretel, Die Zauberflöte, Carmen, Les contes d’Hoffmann, Trouble in Tahiti and the zarzuelas Don Quintín el Amargao, El Bateo, Los Gavilanes, La verbena de la Paloma, El Dúo de “La Africana”, El chaleco blanco and Gigantes y Cabezudos.
Recently she has been awarded in the Grandi Voci Competition 2019 with the Puccini and Bumbry Price in Salzburg, she received the Award for Excellence from the Hariclea Darclée International Contest 2017 in Romania and the Ferrer-Salat Prize in Francesco Viñas Competition 2016. She holds Angel Vegas career development scholarship from Jeunesses Musicales and was awarded from Association of Friends of the Opera of Madrid.
She has worked in Teatros del Canal in Madrid, Teatro Principal de Logroño, Teatro Principal of Castellón, Auditorium of Tenerife, Auditorium Víctor Villegas, Casino de Montbenon in Lausanne, Grosse Universitätaula in Salzburg, in several festivals such as the Bel Canto International Festival in Bad Wildbad where she sang Corinna, recorded Delia for NAXOS and premiered the cantanta Il voto filiale by Rossini, the Festival Outono Lirico de Vigo, the Festival Guadix Clásica and with acclaimed professionals such as Italian conductor Antonino Fogliani, Facundo Agudin, Dean Anderson, Paco Moya, Aldo Savagno, Michele D’Elia, Orchestra Musique des Lumières, Orchestra Virtuosi Brunensis, Getafe Symphonic Orchestra, Ensemble Vigo 430, Luis Marian Orchestra, The Young Orchestra of the Community of Madrid and Granada’s JJMM Orchestra With a solid technique and versatile voice, Cantó began her musical career with pianist and composer Manuel Carra, complementing with Law & Business Administration degree receiving her vocal training in Escuela Superior de Canto de Madrid.
She has worked with teachers and singers such as Virginia Zeani, Dolora Zajick, Alberto Zedda, Barbara Bonney, Carlos Chausson, Mariella Devia, Raúl Giménez, Francisco Araiza, Anna Tomowa-Sintow, Carlos Aransay and Giulio Zappa. She perfects her vocal and repertoire studies under the direction of maestro Luca D’Annunzio, thus inheriting the technical, aesthetic and philosophical guidelines of the Italian romantic school.