About Camille

It is through light and feminine characters such as Mozartian maids or Offenbach's coquettes that Camille finds the best mode of expression for her vocal and scenic palette: Susanna, Zerlina, Despina...and also Leïla, Cendrillon, and Hélène. 

She took her first steps on stage at a very young age, playing piano, singing and dancing, before studying at the Annecy regional conservatory at age ten. She graduated from their  music department at 15, having studied piano accompaniment and singing. During her studies (Khâgne then Sciences Po Paris) she met the conductor Léo Warynski who encouraged her to pursue classical singing further. Taking his advice, she studied with the Hungarian singer Klara Csordas, was admitted to the Erik Satie conservatory in Paris and took theater lessons at Paris' famed Foyer Theater with Jean-Laurent Silvi. 

Following her studies, she has begun her performing career by singing both in France and abroad. She was selected by the Berlin Opera Academy to sing her 1st Die Zauberflöte (Mozart) as the Zweite Dame, the role of Idamante (Idomeneo, Mozart) with the Choir and Orchestra Note and Bien under the direction of Thibault Back de Surany, and the title role of Hélène in La Belle Hélène by Offenbach at the Festival lyrique de Samoëns. 

In the 2020/21 season she sings the role of Flora in a production of La Traviata by Verdi in December 2020 in Paris again with the Choir and Orchestra of Note et Bien.