Pauline Roberts is a percussionist, singer, composer and music educator from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

An active performer and teacher, Pauline won a grant from the Argentine National Arts Foundation for the commission of four new compositions for vibraphone and electronics, performed as the youngest artist in the Ciclo de Música Contemporánea of the Buenos Aires government, and was a finalist in the global percussion competition ”Hit Like A Girl”. Pauline is currently the Latinamerican ambassador of this contest. She has also performed at the Festival International MUTEK, the Iguazú International Festival in Concert, the International Meeting of Youth Orchestras, and been a MalletLab participant in Miami, Florida. She is the director of her own music school, EscueLA 440, an institute focused on teaching music to people of all ages and social classes.

Pauline has performed in many of the most prestigious local venues including the symphonic hall and the Argentina room of the Kirchner Cultural Centre, La usina del arte, Sala Cunill Cabanellas of the Teatro General San Martin, Ciudad Cultural Konex, the stage of the Iguazu Falls, Isaac Museum Fernández Blanco, the Aula Magna of the Faculty of Law, Makena, El Emergente Almagro, IFT Theater, La Cova Theater, El Cubo Theater, among others. Pauline has recorded with Cinema and Los Peces, and is currently recording her first solo album.

Pauline is currently sponsored by BlueHaus mallets, and attends the National University of the Arts in Argentina. She also continues to study at the Juan José Castro Conservatory with renowned teachers Marina Calzado Linage, Ezequiel Calzado Linage, Tomas Sainz, Eduardo Vallarino, Fernando Seitz, and Pol Gonzalez.