Caroline began her musical education as a child studying the piano in Rennes, France. While studying economics and cultural management, she joined the singing classes at the Musikhochschule Bochum and then at the Conservatoire in Grenoble and Lyon where she graduated in 2002.
She completed her training in Germany participating in master classes with Thomas Hampson (Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder with orchestra at Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival in Salzau) and with Dame Felicity Lott and Graham Johnson (Schubert and Schumann’s songs and french melodie in Lübeck) and in Austria with Thomas Quasthoff (Brahms’s songs in Schwarzenberg). In the baroque music area, she was coached by Christophe Coin, Gabriel Garrido and Christina Pluhar on Monteverdi’s operas.
She appeared on stage at the Opéra de Lyon as the messaggiera in Monteverdi’s Orfeo (Latella / Pickett) and took part in several productions at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris in the choir (under the direction of Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Kazushi Ono, and Christophe Eschenbach). Her repertoire includes baroque oratorio and cantatas; french “mélodie” and german song (in Recital with Jean-Sébastien Dureau and Vincent Planès). She’s intensely involved with contemporary music and has been heard in many first productions of french composers with Choeur Britten (conducted by Nicole Corti) and Resonance Contemporaine (Alain Goudard).
In 2012, she creates her own ensembles : jet:zt! – trio dedicated in particular to the performance of Morton Feldman’s three voices – and 4anima – vocal female quartet forging links between early and contemporary music.
She joined Dialogos (Katarina Livljanic) in 2013.