Nao Rohr received her first viola lessons at the age of seven at the Music School Region Thun with Anna Barbara Dütschler. Later she moved to the music school in Köniz to Renée Straub.

After graduating from high school, she enrolled in theater and music studies at the University of Bern, but a year later decided to study music after all and began her studies at the Bern University of the Arts with Prof. Patrick Jüdt. In 2013 she completed her Bachelor of Arts in Music, after which she continued her studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Detmold with Prof.William Coleman.

In the fall of 2015, she will begin her studies at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg in concert performance, also with Prof. William Coleman.

From April 2017 to February 2018, Nao Rohr continued her studies on exchange inJapan, at the Tokyo College of Music with Prof. Mazumi Tanamura. She graduated in the summer of 2018 with top marks.

She completed her Master of Arts in Pedagogy with honors at HKB in 2021.

Nao Rohr attended numerous festivals and master classes with Nobuko Imai, Tatjana Masurenko, Antoine Tamestit, Jean Sulem, Hariolf Schlichtig, Atar Arad, Thomas Riebl and Kim Kashkashian, among others.

Already at an early age she made her first orchestral experiences, which she still cultivates today, and also performed several times as a soloist. Currently she is intensively engaged in chamber music. Since 2020 she has been a member of the Amber String Trio with whom she performs regularly. The ensemble has been awarded the honor of “Chamber Music Excellence” several times by the Bern University of the Arts, which allows them to bring their program to a larger audience. The young ensemble is supervised by Conradin Brotbek and Monika Urbaniak.

Since 2018 Nao Rohr is settled in Switzerland again and dedicates herself to teaching with a lot of passion. She works at the music schools of Münchenbuchsee and Oberemmental, and is also part of the collective “Musik im Dach” in Bern. She is also active as a freelance musician in various projects.