In 2021 Charlotte was a prize winner in the inaugural Young Classical Artists Trust (London) and Concert Artists Guild (New York) 2021 International Auditions.
Recent highlights include appearances at Wigmore Hall, a BBC Prom with the dynamic 12 Ensemble (a string collective of world classchamber musicians), and a performance of the Franck Piano Quintet at the Gstaadt Festival with Alina Ibragimova, Lawrence Power, Sol Gabetta and Bertrand Chamayou. Her debut solo violin album for Champs Hill records was released in May 2022.
An avid chamber musician, Charlotte has taken part in Open Chamber Music at IMS Prussia Cove, the Santander Encuentro Festival, East Neuk Festival, the Musethica Festivals in Zaragoza and Berlin, the Evian Festival in France and Stift Festival in Holland.
She is leader of the Quatuor Confluence, First Prize-winners at the Trondheim Int. String Quartet Competition and are currently young artist in residence at the Fondation Singer-Polignac in Paris. The Quartet studies with Mathieu Herzog (founder member of the Quatuor Ébène).
Charlotte enjoys playing a wide variety of repertoire, including more rarely heard
solo concertos by Panufnik, Vasks and Joachim, the latter which she has performed, alongside Bernstein’s Serenade, with the Budapest Concerto Orchestra conducted by András Keller.
Born in France, this summer Charlotte completes her Master’s degree at the Royal College of Music in London with Alina Ibragimova. Prior to this she studied in Montpellier, and with Natasha Boyarsky at the Yehudi Menuhin School in Surrey.
She has participated in numerous masterclasses with world-renowned teachers including Ana Chumachenco, Zakhar Bron, Pavel Vernikov, Maxim Vengerov, and András Keller. Charlotte is a Countess of Munster Recital Scheme Artist.
Charlotte is currently playing on a Giovanni Battista Rogeri, kindly loaned to her by the Swiss foundation Boubo-Music.