A graduate from the Paris Conservatoire in violin, generative improvisation (with high honors), and pedagogy, Elsa also studied at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki.
In the baroque repertoire, she plays with different ensembles, notably in performances by the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles. She takes part in the world of creation and improvisation in particular with the Orchestre National de Jazz, the IRCAM, and the group of improvisers La Croche-et-le-Marteau.
As a soloist, she plays in Europe, China and Israël. With pianist Célia Oneto-Bensaïd, she is prizewinner of the Académie Maurice Ravel in 2016, and they are invited in several festivals. She also performs in a duo with pianist Suzanne Ben Zakoun, with a repertoire ranging from classical to improvisation. In 2018, she launches the Trio Hémisphères with accordionist Théo Ould and bass player Pierre-Antoine Despatures, in a creative process linked to the academic repertoire from Central European and Latin American popular origin.