La Frontera recorded four record productions "La Musica dei Popoli", (2001) "Mar Bianco" (2004), "Ferme tes yeux" (2008) and "Mistral" (2015), which received considerable public support. From 2010 to 2014 their concerts were enriched by Samia Charbel, darabuka player and Lebanese singer, the first female percussionist in the Arab world.
Miranda Cortes performs as soloist in programmes of classical and contemporary music, at the same time chamber music activity represent a central role in her artistic work. Over the years she experimented different repertoires, recording albums with instrumentalists of great value, from rock to classical music, from tango to live electronics, from contemporary music to original songwritings, from combat folk to World music
Music compositions for Theatre and acting are also essential in her expressive training, such as productions with Ivano Marescotti, Armando Carrara and La Piccionaia-I Carrara, Giorgio Fabbris and La Piccionaia-I Carrara, Raffaello Cossu and Teatro l'Avogaria Venice, Ullalà Theatre company for children and teenagers with Pippo Gentile; collaborations with actors as Eleonor Fuser, Patricia Zanco, Linda Bobbo, Mariella Fabbris, Sandra Mangini, Sandro Buzzati, and poets/writers with improvisations on the text ( G.R. Manzoni, P. Lanaro, R. Piumini, G. Dal Bon, G. Pozzetto, C. Vio).
Further albums were recorded with the english violinist Marianne Wade, “Nigun” (2010), with the songwriter Gianni Stefani “Amore e Senare” (2008), with Le Panash (1998), Tacabanda (1995). November 2016 she recorded 'NDAR with the singer and musician Rachele Colombo, original music composed by both artists where each song tells the introspective journey of Human Nature and its ontological evolution/ involution. 'NDAR was considered one of the best ten italian albums of 2016.