Sophie Notte studied cello with Konstantin Heidrich in Berlin and Valentin Radutiu and Natalie Clein in Rostock. Previously she was a junior student with Ulrich Voss at the Saarbrücken University of Music. She received valuable chamber music impulses i.a. by members of the Artemis Quartet, by Mathieu Herzog, Valentin Erben and Konrad Elser. She was a scholarship holder of the Richard Wagner Association. At the Alice Samter Chamber Music Competition, she won the 2nd prize. 

Sophie Notte gained orchestral experience in the WDR Funkhausorchester, the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie, and on concert tours and radio productions as a member and principal of the Bundesjugendorchester under renowned conductors such as Simon Rattle, Kurt Masur and Kirill Petrenko. Sophie Notte now lives in Berlin as a freelance musician. Last year she played several times with the soloist ensemble Kaleidoskop and in various chamber music ensembles. She also works as a cello teacher.