Born in Delémont (Switzerland), Laurence Crevoisier studied at Lausanne Superior Conservatory, where she obtained her teaching diploma in violin in the class of Jean Jaquerod. She later took up the viola and joined the class of Christine Soerensen, where she obtained first prize in virtuosity with honours. In parallel with her participation in various orchestras (co-soloist with the Neuchâtel Symphonic Ensemble, reserve viola with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra and the Fribourg Chamber Orchestra), she regularly participates in numerous and diverse musical projects. She is a member of the Eustache company and teaches violin and viola at the Lausanne Conservatory of music. She was the violist of the Barbouze de chez Fior quartet, which won in 2015 the Vaudoise Foundation Music Award for Culture and has worked with artists such as The Young Gods, Christophe Calpini Pascal Auberson, and Hemlock Smith. She participated in theatre productions, on stage and as a composer, and has worked with Christian Denisart, Nicolas Rossier, and Roland Vouilloz. She also co-signed the music for Kamal Musale’s films « Curry Western » and «Mother Teresa & Me». Since 2018, some of her compositions have been published by Cézame Music Agency in Paris. She is passionate about Indian music, exploring new genres and compositions. She had the chance to benefit from the teaching of Dr N. Rajam, India, for Hindustani violin.