Preface. . .
Camille Théveneau, passionate violinist, travels through the musical repertoire in search of truth.
Invited by prestigious festivals, she could be heard at the Château de Lourmarin, at the Abbaye d’Auberive, at the Commanderie de Jalès, at the Musée Bourdelle in Paris, and among other festivals such as Mac 3 Dôle, Jeunes Talents, Live Music Now, Arcades en Périgord, Senliszt, …
She is also laureate of various international competitions, such as Georges Cziffra, Henri Vieuxtemps, Marie Cantagrill, Flame, C.I.M Val d’Isère…
Camille makes her voice heard through that of her instrument and has done so from an early age. At six years old, encouraged by her family, she began to learn the violin. Very quickly, her instrumental practice becomes essential to her and projects her future within classical music.
Camille then joined the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Lyon in the class of Marianne Piketty. From this meeting she acquired a sense of exigency and conviction. She also draws her artistic resources from pianists Dana Ciocarlie and Valery Rogacev.
Curious about various musical approaches, Camille stayed in Germany where she benefited from the teaching of Marina Chiche within the Hochschule Für Musik in Trossingen. Enriched by this experience and by this new perspective, Camille continues her musical journey at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris. She is inspired by the generous musicians who surround her: her teacher Alexis Galpérine, the pianists Itamar Golan and Hortense Cartier-Bresson, and the cellists Diana Ligeti and Emmanuelle Bertrand. She graduates with a Master Degree in June 2019.
Aware of the long path that is the career of a performer, Camille remains on the lookout for authentic artists, eager to be guided at greater length. This is how she had the chance to improve her skills in the class of Ning Kam at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels and, as of today, she follows the teaching of Mirijam Contzen at the Universität der Künste in Berlin.
Convinced that music resonates thanks to the connivance of hearts, Camille frequently performs in chamber music, notably alongside her sister Adèle, cellist, and Florent Ling, pianist. She is regularly invited as a duo for artistic residencies.
Cradled very early on by the world of "musical tales", Camille surrounds herself with artists from various horizons. This is how she took part in the show "Kafka dans les villes" featuring music from Philippe Hersant and alongside the choir Séquenza 9.3. She also collaborates with actors, in partnership with the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique.
Camille matures and enriches her artistic reflection thanks to significant encounters with violinists Ivry Gitlis, Baiba Skride, Renaud Capuçon and Lisa Batiashvili, whose precious advices she carries and transposes ...
She is supported through her projects by the DAAD, ADAMI, the Meyer Foundation, the Fondation Goélands and the Fondation Musique et Vins au Clos Vougeot.