Born in the Allier region of France, Mireille Jardon began studying the violin when she was 7 years old. She studied music at the CNSM de Paris, where she obtained a Premier Prix in Chamber Music in Jean Hubeau’s class, and a Premier Prix in Violin in Pierre Doukan’s class. She then continued her training at proficiency level, benefiting from the classes of M. Neeman, Franco Gulhi and Salvatore Accardo.
From 1982 to 1984, Mireille Jardon was a member of the European Community Orchestra conducted by Sir Georg Dolti and Claudio Abbado. She was admitted to the violin solo class at the CNSM de Paris and, in that position, performed at many musical events. At that time, she also regularly took part in the television programme "Perspectives du 20e Siècle", in Chamber Music training. Mireille Jardon joined the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra in 1987.