Angelina's attraction to another form of expressivity with her instrument led her to turn to early music at the end of her modern violin studies in Vienna, Austria. It was with Odile Edouard at the CNSMD in Lyon that she chose to perfect her Baroque violin skills until she obtained her Master's degree with honours in June 2017. Her years of study enabled her to delve into the repertoire that saw the birth of the violin, Renaissance music.
She passes on her passion through teaching and concerts. She performs with various ensembles in Lyon, the consort Les Voies Fleuries, and has been invited to play with the consort Les Sonadori, as well as with the ensembles Gli Angeli Genève and Mensa Sonora.