As a singer, dancer and musician, Léa Ruhl has more than one string to her bow. She started off very young in Grenoble, as an amateur dancer and singer at the Prémol theater. This is where she encountered modern-jazz, and classical and contemporary dance. She did 12 years of classical training at the Conservatoire Régional de Grenoble (Grenoble Regional Academy), specializing in singing and the oboe. Then in 2011 she joined the École Nationale de Musique (National Music School) in Villeurbanne, specializing in French chanson.
Alongside her studies, she is also training in tap-dancing, she conducts a choir, and she teaches musical theory, piano and guitar.
For the past three years she has taken part in librettos and compositions for musicals, aimed at training young artists during summer camps, as part of an initiative organized by Saint Jean Révélateur. She is in charge of the vocal direction.
Léa recently joined the team of Aïlo, as a double for the roles of Estelle and Aïlo.