Mathilde Le Tac started studying the flute in 1978 at the National Conservatory (CNR) of Toulouse. After 1983 she pursued her studies at the National Conservatory of Saint-Maur, and obtained in these both etablishments, between 1983 and 1985, six Gold Medals and the Prize of the SACEM (Society of the music compositors). At the same time she was studying with Patrick GALLOIS, in which class she obtained her Virtuosity diploma in 1986.
From 1986 to 1988 she studied in the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, where she obtained two First Prizes. Thereafter she studied in Germany with András ADORJÁN and Zoltán GYÖNGYÖSSY. She performed at the same time in several master-classes, for example at the Music Academy of Lausanne, or the Music Academy Maurice Ravel in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, where she becam the advices from Michel DEBOST, Alain MARION, Peter-Lukas GRAF, Jean-Claude PENNETIER, Pierre-Laurent AIMARD, the members of the AMADEUS Quartett.
From this time she was estimated for her qualities as a chambrist an a soloist, and performed in many international festivals: Musique d'Eté aux Jacobins (Toulouse), Fugue en Aude Romane, International Piano Festival in Riom, Musicales de Guil-Durance, Fêtes musicales de Savoie, L'Eté du Grand Jardin, French Music Festival in Ville d'Avray, Festival Au son des orgues (Orléans), Festival Le Voyage d'Hiver (Aurillac), Promenades Musicales en Pays d'Auge, Musicales of Soultz, International Festival in Charente, Jeudis Musicaux des Eglises Romanes en Charente, Nuits Musicales de Corps, Soirées Musicales de Moissac, Les Orgues de l'Aisne en concerts, Festivals de la Vallée et des Gorges du Tarn...
Her partners are Valérie AIMARD, Clara STRAUSS, Renaud DÉJARDIN (cello), Frédéric VAYSSE-KNITTER, Jérôme GRANJON, Sodi BRAIDE, Laurent WAGSCHAL (piano), Yaïr BENAÏM (violin), Anne RICQUEBOURG (harp)...Since 2004, she constitutes a duet with the organist Mathieu FREYBURGER, which has currently given about one hundred concerts, mostly in renowned organ festivals.
She played in Hungarian, in Germany, Czech Republic, Iceland, Finland and Denmark, and took part to many cinema, radio and television recordings (France-Musique, FR3, Bayerische Rundfunk, Hungarian radio, Dansk Radio).