Born in Bordeaux/France, she studied the piano at the City of Basel Music Academy with Professor Jürg Wyttenbach, and also in the concert class with Professor Laszlo Gyimesi. This was followed by classical voice studies at the Conservatoire de Musique de Fribourg (Switzerland) with Professor Tiny Westendorp, while also attending masterclasses with Hugues Cuénod, Laura Sarti, Jordi Savall & Montserrat Figueras as well as Burga Schwarzbach. Subsequently she deepened her knowledge of early music at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Evelyn Tubb and in the opera class.
The Swiss-French singer gives concerts regularly throughout Europe; these include guest soloist performances at festivals and concerts, amongst others with the Ensemble Cantatio Geneva, the Ensemble Baroque du Léman, the Freitagsakademie, Capriccio Basel, Camerata Basel, A Musicall Banquet, Capella Murensis, les Cornets noirs and the Symphonic orchestra Trirhenum under Julian Gibbons. In addition, she has been involved in productions for Swiss and Italian television.
Her main focus is on sacred music including cantatas and oratorios from early baroque until the 20th century, as well as secular chamber music and baroque and classical opera. With various accompanists Aline Du Pasquier devotes her attention to the Mélodie Française and the German lieder.