Born in Lausanne, Muriel Noble began playing the violin at the age of six.
Parallel to her secondary school studies and her meeting with Rose Hemmerling-Dumur, she enters the professional class with Patrick Genet at the Conservatoire de Fribourg where she obtains her Teaching Diploma with excellent honours. Winner of the Jeunesses Musicales Suisses competition, she realizes that music is her life, and therefore decides to devote herself completely to it. She continued her musical studies with Margarita Karafilova at the Conservatoire de Lausanne, where she was awarded a First Prize for Virtuosity with the Congratulations of the Jury.
In addition, she perfected her skills with maestros such as Franco Gulli, Philippe Hirshhorn and Raphaël Oleg.
Since August 2000, Muriel joined the 1st violin section of the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande. She performs with great pleasure in various chamber music ensembles such as the Trio Ré-Fa-Si Tango and the Trio Acor, among others, both in Switzerland and abroad.
Curious by nature, she enjoys painting, photography and lyrical singing with equal pleasure and delight. As for her favourite repertoire, it is composed of chamber music, with the divine Schubert, and opera, including the sacred monsters Wagner and R.Strauss.