||Berta studied dance under Joan Magriñá and in 1972 graduated in classical ballet and Spanish ballet as well as receiving an honourable mention for Catalan dance from the Theatre Institute of Barcelona. Berta is also a piano graduate from the Liceu Superior Conservatory of Music. In 1969, Berta founded Studio Isadora and combined the task of teaching in her own school as well as being an invited teacher at various international courses, for example; Dorweiler (Germany), the Dance Centre Pineapple (London), Poitiers and Chateauroux (France). Berta was a soloist for many years in Joan Magrina’s dance company, Chamber Ballet. In 1972, Berta choreographed for the Greek Theatre as part of Barcelona’s Summer Festivals. She has also choreographed for films and television programmes. In 1986, Berta founded Arsis, the Chamber Ballet Company, where she created and directed various shows that opened in Catalonia and then toured Germany, France, Italy, South America and the United States amongst others. This company performed in significant theatres such as Berlin Opera, Osimo, Bari, Urbino, Kuopio, Chateauvallon, etc. and participated in many well-known international festivals. In 1992, Berta directed and choreographed the opening ceremony of the IX Paralympics Games in Barcelona and the opening ceremony of the Olympic village. Since 1993, she has been invited choreographer for; the opera theatre, La Zarzuela (Madrid), La Monnaie (Brussells), Macerata Opera (Italy), Teatro Bellini (Catània, Italy), Arena di Verona (Italy), Gran Teatre del Liceu (Barcelona), Luidvijana Opera (Slovenia) and the Zurich Opera House (Switzerland) choreographing Carmen, Falstaff, Le Nozze di Figaro, L’italiana in Alghieri, La Traviata, Il Trovatore, La Gioconda and the Ballo in Maschera, amongst others.