Camille Lemonnier was born 1993 in Munich and started her piano studies at the Nuremberg University of Music in 2011. Due to her increased interest in art song the Franco – German Pianist attended the Art-Song-Class of prof Marcelo Amaral. She started her subsequent Master of Music (M.Mus.) in Art Song with prof Burkhard Kehring from October 2015 in the Hamburg University of Music and Drama and graduated with best scores. Since September 2017 Camille Lemonnier is student at Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London. In her Master’s programme “Piano Accompaniment” she has the opportunity to work with renowned pianists as Eugene Asti, Julius Drake, Iain Burnside, Graham Johnson, Malcom Martineau, Sholto Kynoch, Michael McMahon and Martin Katz. In London she performed in Barbican Concert Hall, Milton Court Concert Hall and Wigmore Hall and will be performing in Bridgewater Hall in Manchester. Recent awards include the 3rd Pianist Prize at the International Helmut Deutsch Lied Competition in Vienna, the Dennis Horner Accompaniment Prize at the Kathleen Ferrier Society Bursary for Young Singers Competition, the Accompaniment Prize and the Schubert Prize at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. In addition to her Song work Camille also frequently performs with the “Brahms Trio Hamburg” which had its debut in the “Elbphilharmonie” in Hamburg.