Louise Leverd began learning the cello at the age of 7 at the music school in Saint-Lô and then at Villeneuve / Lot. In March 2000, she won First Prize with unanimity from the jury at the UFAM competition. She entered the Conservatoire Régional de Bordeaux and studied cello with Laurence Lacombe and Etienne Péclard and chamber music with pianist Simon Lebens and violist Jean-Paul Minali-Bela. She also specialised in contemporary music with saxophonist Marie-Bernadette Charrier.
With a curious nature, she studied trombone with André Siot and improvisation with Etienne Rolin. It was also at this time that she began to collaborate in the world of theater with the Bordeaux company Lunes d’ailes on the show les nez bulleux in which she was musician and clown.
After moving to Paris, she finished her studies at the Regional Conservatory of Aubervilliers-la-Courneuve in the cello class of Florian Lauridon and in chamber music with Alain Damiens and Mickaël Applemann. In addition, she attended a two-year training course with Ostinato Orchestra and completed a jazz internship at the Didier Lockwood Music Center.
In search of new musical and stage experiences, Louise was cellist in the 2009 show l’Appel de la Pompe à Feu by Agathe Thalazac and in 2013 in Epic Failure directed by Julie Louart. She was also narrator and cellist in the Compagnie Waverley’s Le Magicien d’Oz and played in Mirages! of Les Mélangeurs Company, which brings together music, dance and circus. She was an actress and musician on L'Argent ou les mémoires d'un imbécile at the Théâtre du Voyageur in 2017.
Musically, she has forged great relationships and experiences collaborating with artists from very different backgrounds including singers (J.mini, and Maxence, the Janga Trio, Konstantine, An ', Francis Laffon ...) and jazz bands such as the Fayçal Salhi Quintet and the Poinciana Trio. Chamber music occupies an important place in her musical life, she currently plays in recital with harpist Jéhanne Drai and in the project Nougaro, les mots. She also accompanies singer Cécile Rives, a lyric singer who performs on stilts or trapezes.
Her great interest in contemporary creation led her to perform with the Ensemble de Musique Contemporaine Babel in 2007/2008. Since 2016, she has collaborated regularly with the Ensemble Links, notably with the creation at the CNC Césaré in Reims of "Privespace", with performances at the Nuit Blanche 2016 in Collège des Bernardins (Paris), and for Steve Reich's "Music for 18musician" project in collaboration with dancer and choreographer Sylvain In 2017, she was invited to participate in an improvised performance at ((OA-OW)) # 4 at the Générateur de Gentilly, at the invitation of Césaré, la Muse en Circuit et la Compagnie Sound track. Also, in 2017, she created the performative piece Cuillère in collaboration with the artist Clarissa Baumann and the musician Olavo Vianna for the Hermès Foundation at the Palais de Tokyo. During spring 2018, she was performing in the opera Wir Aus Glas at the Deutsch Oper in Berlin, and in the opera "Ti vedo, ti sento, mi perdo" at the Staatsoper in Berlin alongside the musicians of Opera Lab Berlin. She is the cellist of the Ensemble soundinitiative.