Maud Gnidzaz’s earliest studies were in the flute, as well as singing in a number of children’s operas.
She graduated at the Ecole du Louvre whilst she studied singing, and soon specialised in Baroque music, attending masterclasses given by Kenneth Weiss, Howard Crook, Michel Laplénie, Jean Tubéry and Sophie Boulin. She then studied in Amsterdam with Valérie Guillorit, with Elène Golgevit in Paris, and currently with Raymond Connell in London.
She has appeared as a soloist with such ensembles as Solistes XXI, Sagittarius, Ludus Modalis, A Sei Voci, Cappella Mediterranea with Leonardo Garcia Alarcon, La Capella Reial de Catalunya and Jordi Savall, Correspondances and Sébastien Daucé, The Ensemble Baroque de Nice with Gilbert Bezzina.
As a member of Les Arts Florissants, William Christie's ensemble, she has sung in Charpentier’s David et Jonathas, Motet pour une longue offrande, Purcell anthems, The Fairy Queen and Bach’s Christmas Oratorio.
Under the direction of Paul Agnew she has participated in the Monteverdi madrigal project since its inception, in 2011.