Noémie Nenert Fourmeau, born in Paris in 1990, is a highly accomplished violinist who began her musical journey at a young age and has excelled in prestigious institutions such as the Conservatoire de Nantes and Conservatoire de Boulogne Billancourt. She has built an impressive career, performing with renowned orchestras and recently becoming a permanent member of the Luzerner Sinfonieorchester.
Noémie Nenert Fourmeau was born in Paris in the year 1990. At the age of four, she began learning piano and violin at the prestigious music school in Lorient, located in the beautiful region of Brittany. Her musical journey led her to an impressive experience in the youth orchestra, and as a teenager, she continued her violin studies at the esteemed Conservatoire de Nantes under the guidance of Marie-Violaine Cadoret. Later on, she further honed her skills at the Conservatoire de Boulogne Billancourt with Akiko Nanashima.
These two renowned educational institutions allowed her to explore a wide repertoire of chamber music. In 2016, she completed her master’s degree at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève, where she had the unique opportunity to perform with the Verbier Festival Orchestra and the Verbier Festival Chambers Orchestra. Her orchestral playing abilities were further developed through a one-year academy position with the Luzerner Sinfonieorchester. Subsequently, in 2018, she successfully won the audition for the position of tutti violinist in the Orchestre National de Lille and the Orchestre de Chambre de Genève.
Noémie is not only an outstanding violinist but also a passionate educator. She obtained her master’s degree in pedagogy at the Bern University of the Arts, where she was taught by renowned professors Regula Schwaar and Corina Belcea. Since 2023, she has been a permanent member of the Luzerner Sinfonieorchester, continuing her musical career there.