Ingrid van Dingstee started playing the violin at the age of 5. After three years, she was taught by Jan Repko and Davina van Wely. From 1996 to 1998, Ingrid studied with Victor Liberman and Keiko Wataya at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam where she earned her DM degree with distinction. She continued her studies with Alexander Kerr and obtained her degree in 2000. Ingrid attended masterclasses with Herman Krebbers, Boris Belkin and Aaron Rosand and participated in the International Mastercourse Keshet Eilon in Israel. In 1993, Ingrid won first prize at the Davina van Wely competition in The Hague.
Ingrid regularly gives solo recitals and performs as a soloist with various orchestras. She also plays a lot of chamber music, among others in the Van Dingstee Quartet. With this string quartet she gave concerts on numerous Dutch stages and made tours in Europe and the United States. Since 2001, Ingrid is the 1st violinist in Amsterdam Sinfonietta. For more than 15 years she has been very active as a teacher. Ingrid plays a Nicolaus Gagliano 1739, loaned to her by the National Musical Instrument Fund.