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Camille studied piano in France at the conservatoires of Rennes and Boulogne-Billancourt, then at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève in Switzerland. She has benefited from the advice of internationally renowned pianists such as Jacques Rouvier, Dominique Weber, Hortense Cartier-Bresson and Anne Queffélec.


Her playing has been rewarded by numerous piano competitions: 1st Prize at the Île de France Piano Competition(2014), 2nd Prize at the Brest Chopin Competition, France (2009), and the François Dumont Special Prize in Geneva in 2010.


As a soloist and chamber musician, she performs regularly throughout Europe: Geneva, Paris, Brussels, London, Salzburg, Bonn, Hamburg, Berlin, as well as at classical music festivals: Festival des jeunes talents de Dinard, Les musicales de Grillon, Les rencontres musicales et scientifiques, etc. In 2023, she took part in the recording of a piece of contemporary music by the composer Elisabeth Angot for Radio France, for the programme Création mondiale on France musique.


As a teacher, she has taught piano at the Conservatoire d'Achères (Yvelines), the Conservatoire Populaire in Geneva, and the Musikschule Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg in Berlin, as well as taking part in educational initiatives such as Les concerts de poche.


She has been involved in numerous productions in France and Germany, both as a pianist and an actress: Ah c'qu'on s'aime (Festival d'Avignon off 2012), Le Renne du soleil (Cie Traintamarre de 7h10), Italy loves me (BAT Theater, Berlin, 2014), Trouble-fête (Cie Opéra sur le toit), Herzlichen Glückwunsch, Ludwig Fun! (Berliner Philharmonie, 2021), La légende de Tsolmon (Chaînon manquant tour, France, 2022; on tour in Mayotte, 2023), Golden Years (Wintergarten Berlin 2022-2023 and on tour in Germany, Denmark and Switzerland).


During her years in Berlin, Camille met the swing musicians of the Syncopation Society, and trained with them in this music. She was also pianist with the Metropolis Orchester Berlin cinema orchestra, and developed the art of improvising on silent films on her own. She has performed in cine-concerts in Berlin (Babylon Stummfilmfestival, Theater im Delphi, Zeughauskino) and at a number of international festivals: Kunstfest Weimar, Internationale Bonner Stummfilmtage, Film+Musikfest Bielefeld, Le giornate del cinema muto in Pordenone, Festival lumière in Lyon, Stummfilmfestival Karlsruhe... In 2023, she received her first commission from the Murnau Stiftung to record a soundtrack for the restoration of the German silent film Adieu Mascotte.


In 2017, she co-created a show with actress Sophie Lavallée entitled Living Cartoon Duet. It is a poetic and burlesque "ciné-spectacle", a precious blend of music, animation, drawing and theatre, for which she composes the music. The show, now produced by Gommette Production, plays regularly throughout France, with over a hundred performances to its credit, including the Avignon Off Festival (2019 and 2022) and the Ciné Comedies Festival in Lille. Living Cartoon Duet also performs internationally, in English and German: Kölner Philharmonie, Festival Jardin rouge in Amsterdam, Busan International Comedy Fest in South Korea, etc. 


In early 2024, she created her second show, with violinist Charlotte Maclet: Mr. Chaplin's violin.

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