Born in Vic, Imma Masramon began her musical formation there before she entered in the Conservatory of Music of the Liceu in Barcelona where she completed her formation as a lyric soprano. At the time she also started as a solist.
She attended Masterclasses with different professionals such as Montserrat Caballé, Sondra Radvanovsky, Riccardo Frizza, Charles Castronovo and Begoña Alberdi, during which she focused on improving her voice and reaching the finest expression of it.
The performance in the Hall of Mirrors in the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona is one of the most special moments in this stage.
In 2014 she obtains an honorable mention at the Camerata Sant Cugat International Singing Competition and participates in an International Singing course with Conchita Badia orchestra given by Ana Luisa Chova and Riccardo Frizza.
The same year she attended Masterclasses with Iréne Theorin, Elena Mosuc, Jaume Aragall and Miguel Ortega.
Among her latest performances stands out the role of Nedda in Pagliacci opera, a production of Moscow Povrovsky Theatre with Francesco Massimi as musical director and Andrew Bergh as stage director, as well as the role of Tatiana in Eugene Onegin opera with Gregory Buchalter as musical director and Maria Tikhonova as stage director.
On this occasion she had the opportunity to work with the Russian soprano Irina Dolzhenko from Moscow Bolshoi Theatre. On January 2017 Imma Masramon returned to Moscow to sing Russian repertoire.
After that, she dealt with the role of Pamina in Die Zauberflöte in The National Opera America Center with Walker Lewis and Lisa Nava as stage directors, and Abdiel Vazquez as a conductor.
During summer 2018 Imma Masramon worked with conductor Richard Hein, coach Jelena Noskova and the stage director Martin Otava in Opernfest Prague.
Nowadays she is dealing with new upcoming projects in Prague and at the same time collaborating as a soprano in the musical show Music Has No Limits.