Romina S. Romay is an orchestra conductor, composer, and pianist from Argentina, involved in research-creation projects that integrate new technologies and often address themes related to nature, life, and ecology. Initially trained as a pianist, she went on to pursue higher education in musical composition at the National University of Arts in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Holding an international Master’s degree in Contemporary Performance and Composition from the National Conservatory of Music and Dance of Lyon, she has completed residencies in Estonia, Sweden, and Germany. Romina also completed a PhD in microtonal composition based on metadata at the University Côte d’Azur and a DEM in Orchestra Conducting at the Nice Conservatory of Music, in France. As a research engineer for the XR²C² (Extended Reality Research and Creative Center), she participated in artistic residencies, study days, conferences and research projects related to applications in VR, AR, and MR. Currently, she is undertaking a postdoctoral position at the AgeTeQ laboratory of the Research Center of the University Institute of Geriatrics of Montreal, focusing on the Art and Health axis.