Inès Morin was born in Lyon, France, in 1993 and received her first violin lessons at the age of four.
She studied at the Basel Academy of Music with Raphaël Oleg, at the Zurich University of the Arts with Nora Chastain, and at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts with Igor Karsko, where she completed her master's degree as a soloist with distinction, just like in Zurich.
She has attended master classes with professors Mi-Kyung Lee, Stephan Picard, Gyula Stuller, Ferenc Rados and Hagai Shaham, as well as with the Talich Quartet, among others.
She was the winner of the Edwin Fischer Competition in 2019 and a prizewinner in the competition of the Schenk Foundation in 2020.
As a soloist, she played with the Lucerne Festival Strings at the Lucerne Culture and Congress Centre (KKL) in 2020, and, in 2021, with the argovia philharmonic, the Junge Zürcher Harmoniker and the Stadtorchester Zug.
Inès Morin plays as a guest musician in various orchestras, including the Sinfonieorchester Basel, the Sinfonieorchester St. Gallen, the Musikkollegium Winterthur, Camerata Zürich, the Zürich Opera, the Lucerne Festival Strings and Gstaad Festival Orchestra.
In addition to orchestral music, she has a great passion for chamber music and plays in several formations.
Inès Morin has been a member of the Zurich Chamber Orchestra since September 2017 and led the second violins in the Luzerner Sinfonieorchester in 2022.
Inès Morin teaches at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts as an assistant to Igor Karsko for 2023-2024.