Belgian artist Nathalie Van Meirvenne (b.1997) has a passion for new and old music, folk and improvisation, chamber music and music theater, singing and dancing. In life, Nathalie is always looking for a creative outlet which results in sincere and surprising performances. In doing so, she also explores how to rethink polyphonic music for flute solo. She is part of the Safety Last Soundpainting Ensemble, the improvisation orchestra Incluster, wirh Jeroen Werbrouck she forms Marasc and with Suzan Peeters she forms NAAN.

She has collaborated with many young composers and is co-founder and former member of the chamber music ensemble EMC. In addition to several masterclasses, she participated in the summer course for new music in Darmstadt in the class of Claire Chase (2021), participated in the First Young Ensemble Academy with Ensemble Modern in Frankfurt (2022) and in the Bach300 Summerclass with Ensemble Recherche (2023).

Nathalie obtained her Master's degree in classical music performance at the Royal Conservatory of Ghent in (2020), where she studied flute with Myriam Graulus and Dorine Schade. She also obtained her Educational Master in (2020). Through the Erasmus program, she studied at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with Ruth Morley, Allison Mitchell and Janet Richardson. She later obtained a postgraduate degree in Chamber Music at The Royal Conservatory of Brussels (2022).

She is also a certified soundpainter and a passionate teacher.