After various experiences in the literary world, M Louveau focused on song and music producing what she calls contemporary medieval music - contemporary melodies inspired by ancient music as well as extra european sound, "My songs drive us into a cosmopolitan space and time somewhere at the crossroad of the other languages explains Louveau."
Muriel has performed regularly over the Atlantic, especially in New York City,at Irving Plaza and Brooklyn Academy of Music with the show " The World Mysteries",created for the prestigious "Next Wave Festival".
Muriel has also worked on 4 educational recordings for french children and she has been focused on collaborative projects combined with live performance : In November 2006 she features EDDA a multi media event with the english Artist Holly Warburton at Le cube Centre of digital arts in Paris.
In June 2008, Premiére of AT TABLE in London, in collaboration with the american photographer Ann Marie Lequesne, a project of a musical reenactment of a medieval painting (with the support of Royal College of Arts).
Since 2002 she has been sollicited by international presenters, especially SKIFF in St Petersburg, "French spring festival" in Latvia ( may 2007, Creation of "Tales of colours" commissioned by the CCF) ,Europe XXL Lille 3000 (april 2009).Muriel's songs have been broadcasted on BBC 3 (Late Junction) and WNYC (New sounds) Radios.
She is now promoting the album "Skana", entirely produced in cyber space with american composer Charles B Kim and she appeared recently on the french TV program Canapé (Cuny TV) for her Skana concert at Le Poisson Rouge ,in NY.
In February 2011 Muriel has been invited by Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore to give a seminar at the computer music department.