She loves J.S.Bach, discovering new repertoires, the music for unaccompanied violin, the conducting of chamber orchestras and the research of music. She became Magistra Artis at Vienna University with her thesis: "Rethoric, symbolic and Bach's Ciaccona"
She often works with other forms of art expression, such as painting, video arts, marionettes, poetry or Noh Theatre, among many others.
Lina performed the complete cycle of Biber’s sixteen “Mystery Sonatas” in a single day, in Vienna and Tokyo, has been concertmaster on Saint Mathew’s Passion at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, played as leader with multiple orchestras in Europe, being also soloist of concerts for violin and orchestra with works of Vivaldi, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Ravel, Chausson, Mendelssohn, Piazzolla...
She premiered “Melancholia”, a solo violin piece for her by José María Sánchez Verdú, played all Bach´s Partitas at the Montreal Baroque Festival, and performed at the The Wigmore Hall, Musikverein, NYC, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Munich...and all over the world.