Sandrine Chatron studied with Gérard Devos, M.C Jamet, F. Cambreling and G. Lorenzini and was awarded first prize for harp and chamber music at the Paris Conservatoire in 1995. She also won first prize at the Cité des Arts Competition, at the Chamber Music Competition in Arles and is a Banque Populaire Foundation award winner.
She joined the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra as a solo harpist in 2009 and has taught the harp at the Haute Ecole de musique de Genève in 2018. She has also taught at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam since 2012 and has given many audition trainings and masterclasses.
As a concert artist and as a chamber musician Sandrine has appeared across Europe, Asia and North America, including appearances at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées and the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. She is a member of the trio Polycordes, which focuses on new repertoire, and collaborates regularly with different chamber music ensembles. Furthermore, she performs regularly with the Ensemble Intercontemporain, with which she has recorded Pierre Boulez's Sur Incises for Deutsche Grammophon. She has worked with the principal French orchestras such as Opéra de Paris, Orchestre de Paris and Orchestre National de France, and played one season at the Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse. She performs also with the Klangforum Wien, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, the Berliner Philharmoniker, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, working with such conductors as Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti, Pierre Boulez, Daniel Harding, Sir Simon Rattle, Georges Prêtre and Tugan Sokhiev.
Critically acclaimed solo recordings include a recital disc of British Music for Aparte A British Promenade, André Caplet et ses contemporains for Ambroisie, Le salon de musique de Marie-Antoinette for Naïve, and the premiere recordings of harp concerti by Kristof Maratka and Ricardo Nillni.