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German-French pianist Camille Lemonnier is a passionate interpreter of songs, opera and chamber music. She has performed at the Barbican Hall in London, the Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, the Beethoven-Haus in Bonn and at festivals such as the Oxford Lieder Festival, the Leeds Lieder Festival and the International Lied Festival Zeist (Netherlands). In addition to many other awards, Camille Lemonnier is a Samling Young Artist and winner of the Académie Orsay-Royaumont in France. With the Académie she recorded her first CD album with Schubert songs of Heine poems from his last published song cycle Schwanengesang. She also expanded her discography with the album “Adoration”, featuring works for violin and piano by female composers only, together with violinist Fanny Fheodoroff.

Camille Lemonnier received her Bachelor of Music from the Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg. She then continued her studies at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg with Professor Burkhard Kehring, where she received her first Master of Music in art song with. In 2017 she moved to London to complete her education at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.

She took part in master classes with Graham Johnson, Helmut Deutsch, Julius Drake, Wolfram Rieger, Malcolm Martineau and many other renowned artists. She received further important support and inspiration from her mentors Susan Manoff and Waltraud Österreicher.

In her home Hamburg, she gives concerts regularly and most recently worked as a répétiteur and vocal coach at the Staatsoper Hamburg. Additionally, in the following season she will return to Guildhall school of Music and Drama to lead a song project focusing on German ballads and French impressionist songs.

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