Swiss violinist Noëlle Grüebler has established herself as a sought-after soloist and chamber musician. "A strong stage presence and a velvety yet supple tone quickly became her hallmarks" (ZO 2012). She plays throughout her native Switzerland and has concertised in Germany, Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, England, Israel, USA and South America, in renowned concert halls such as Tonhalle Zurich, KKL Lucerne, Opera Tel Aviv, Regent Hall and St. James Piccadilly in London. She has been invited to festivals such as the Ljubljana Festival, Budapest Spring Festival, Lima Chamber Music Festival, Schweizer Musikfestwochen and Gstaad Festival (Switzerland) and the Eilat Festival (Israel). She has recorded chamber music works by Beethoven, Saint-Saëns, Smetana, Schaeuble and Radecke.
Noëlle Grüebler pursued the main part of her studies with Igor Ozim at the Salzburg Mozarteum, attaining a master's degree with distinction in 2006. She continued at the Royal College of Music in London under the tuition of Itzhak Rashkovsky, where she received her Artist Diploma with distinction in June 2012.
Noëlle Grüebler is a laureate of several national and international competitions such as the Prize of the City of Piran (Slovenia), ORPHEUS Concerts Award, Renata Molinari Competition Gstaad, Lions Competition of Switzerland and the Migros-Kulturprozent. She was recently awarded the Gwyneth George Award 2012 in London for her interpretation of Beethoven's Violin Sonata no. 3.