Originally from Perpignan, where she began her musical education, Myriam Rignol studied at the CNSMD de Lyon, the Hochschule für Musik in Cologne and the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. She is regularly invited to appear as a soloist or with ensembles or orchestras in many countries, and has won many international prizes, including First Prize at the 2010 International Early Music Competition in Yamanashi (Kōfu, Japan) and Second Prize and Audience Prize at the International Musica Antiqua Competition 2011 in the MA Festival (Bruges).
She is a founder member of the ensemble Les Timbres with violinist Yoko Kawakubo and harpsichordist Julien Wolfs, which received First Prize and the Best Contemporary Creation Prize at the prestigious Bruges Chamber Music Competition (2009). The group now performs regularly throughout Europe and in Japan and has made several recordings.
A qualified teacher of early music (CA), she founded in 2011 the viola da gamba class at the Conservatoire du Grand Besançon, where she currently gives classes.