Soline Guillon was born in 1981 in France. She began playing the organ with N. Petry and B. Coudurier at the National Conservatoire of Music in Besancon, where she obtained a “Diplôme d’Etudes Musicales” and a “Prix de Perfectionnement”. By attending the "Académie de l'Orgue de St Dié des Vosges", she got impulses from J. Boyer, J.P. Leguay, M. Lagacé...

She completed her studies at the "Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique" in Geneva (Switzerland) in the class of F. Delor where she passed her Soloist Diploma with distinction in June 2006. Afterwards she visited the University of Washington (Seattle, USA) to focus on Early Music with Dr. C. Terry.

Her approach to harpsichord playing has evolved out of her extensive studies of the technique of keyboard touch. Her interest in singing enriches also her interpretations.

In 2003, she was given a scholarship by the Raynaud-Zurfluh Foundation (Paris) and in 2006 was awarded a special prize by the Edmund Pendleton Foundation (Geneva).

She now lives in NRW (Germany) and besides recitals she also works as a private music teacher.