The Swiss violinist, Meret Lüthi, completed her violin studies at the Bern University of the Arts with distinction, having been taught by Monika Urbaniak-Lisik and Eva Zurbrügg. She studied as a member of the Amaryllis Quartet with Walter Levin before specializing in baroque violin under the tutelage of Anton Steck at the State Academy of Music in Trossingen, Germany. Her talent was recognized at master-classes with Igor Ozim, Christian Altenburger, Thomas Brandis, Ingolf Turban and Gerhard Schulz. Meret Lüthi was a recipient of scholarships from the Kiefer Halblitzel Foundation and the Kiwanis Club of Bern; in 2007 she was a prize-winner in the German University Competition for Early Music.
Meret Lüthi is Artistic Director and concert-master of the Baroque orchestra "Les Passions de l'Ame", which she co-founded in 2008. She is a guest musician with the Freiburger Barockorchester and worked as a concert-master in the Belgian ensemble B'Rock.
She also taught at the Bern University of the Arts, HKB and at the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp. As a specialist in historically-informed performance practice, Meret Lüthi works as an orchestra coach and is regularly invited to share her expertise in radio broadcasts produced by Swiss Radio SRF 2 Kultur.
Meret Lüthi has participated in CD recordings, opera productions, concert tours and radio and television broadcasts with René Jacobs, Ivor Bolton, Adam Fischer and Gary Cooper, among others. In addition, she is deeply dedicated to chamber music: at the “Young Artists in Concert” festival in Davos, she was featured in a variety of programs; in 2010, she made her debut at the Lucerne Festival.