In 2001 she wins the first prize of the Luxembourg Conservatory. She continues her study at the Brussels Conservatory with Francette Bartholomée and Annie Lavoisier, receiving her Bachelor degree with distinction in harp and chamber music.
Since then, Alice collaborated with the Orchestra of the Rome Opera, the Belgian National Orchestra, the Orchestra Philarmonique of Liège, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Luxembourg and whit Musiques Nouvelles, a solo harpist of which she currently is.
As a member of various chamber music formations, she performed in such prestigious venues as Beaux-arts and Flagey in Brussels, Philharmonie of Luxembourg, Théâtre de l’Athénée and Champs-Elysées in Paris, Concertgebouw of Amsterdam, Musikverein in Vienna and the Teatro dell Opera di Roma. She also played as soloist in several festivals of classic and contemporary music in Belgium and abroad, such as Ars Musica, Klara festival, the Key Festival of Sun in Lille and with the Rome Opera in Caracalla. As a prize-winner of Belgian Foundation of Vocation, she was able to acquire in 2008 a big concert harp Venus. Adi-Alice is at present professor of harp in Brussels and Echternach (Luxembourg).