Pamela is an active soloist and makes regular appearances in France and in the USA. She has performed in many concert halls including: Salle Cortot, Salle Gaveau, Les Archives Nationales, Claude DEBUSSY Theater, Marcel Landowsky Concert Hall, the Fondation Heinrich Heine in Paris, Caruth Concert hall in Dallas, National Theater in Beauvais, Colmar and Lyon Operas and many others.
She has been invited to play in many internationals Festivals such as Chopin Piano Festival and Young Talent Festival in paris, BACH, Piano Festival in Dallas Texas, International Piano Festival of the Mannes School in New-York, Piano Passion Festival in Saint Etienne, International Forum Musical in Normandie, Salon de musique Festival in Belfort, Musique en Ré Festival…
She recorded the Hindemith cello sonatas for cello and piano with Sebastien Hurtaud with NAXOS Label.
Pamela is an avid chamber music musician and she performs with many soloists such as Pieter Wispelwey, Laurent Korcia, Sandrine Eyglier, Vinciane Beranger and her partner of predilection, the cellist Sebastien Hurtaud. The Japanese channel TV NHK consecrated her a program for. She also performed with the ENORIS ensemble for a concert tour accompanying the famous French actor Jean-Claude Dreyfus as a recite in the Carnaval des Animaux of Saint-Saens. Recently, Pamela has been invited to perform the first Concerto of Tchaikovsky in a concert tour in France with the Rouen Orchestra and to perform the 5thConcerto of Beethoven Emperor and the triplet with the Oise Philarmonic Orchestra for a concert series.
She works regularly with famous composers such as Henri Dutilleux, Philippe Hersant and the composer Bruno Ducol who invited Pamela to interprete one of his works entitled Licorne for two pianos.
Pamela is a Fulbright Award winner granted in 2008 which gave her the opportunity to post-graduate an Artist Certificate at Southern Methodist University of Dallas Texas in the class of Joachin Achucarro. She won different national and international piano competitions with many awards: 1st prize of Steinway Young Artist Competition, 1st prize of Vulaines Special Chopin Competition, 1st prize Claude Kahn, laureate of the San Sebastian International Piano Competition in Spain, and finalist of the “World International Piano Competition” of Santa Fe in USA. She was awarded top prize of the International Piano Competition of Montrond in France.
Pamela began to play the piano at the Music School Henri Dutilleux with Laurent Cabasso and Marie-Josephe Jude. Six months later, she already gave her first public performance in solo piano and chamber music. At the age of 11, she performed with orchestra the Bach fifth Brandebourgeois Concerto. She graduated from Paris Conservatoire National and Rueil-malmaison Conservatoire National with first class honours and then studied at the Lyon Conservatoire National Supérieur of music under the tutelage of Gery Moutier and Hugues Leclere winning first prizes. She is also a former student of Rena Shereshevskaya from the Ecole Normale Cortot of Paris where she obtained the Zaleski Scholarship. She worked with many famous soloists such as Philippe Entremont, Edouart Zilberkant, Alon Goldstein, Jean-François is Heisser, Gerome Rose, Menahem Pressler…
2005, Hungary. Her thirst for learning and her taste for discovery led her to apply to the prestigious Liszt Academy in Budapest to complete her graduate studies. She is admitted to the class of András Kemenes. Among other decisive artistic encounters, that of Professor Ferenc Rados, with whom she develops her sense of listening and phrasing. In 2007, she graduated as a pianist and piano teacher.
During these years, Camille Jauvion develops its concert activity. His repertoire ranges from baroque and romantic music to contemporary composers. Thanks to this eclecticism, it reveals the whole palette of a game made of contrasts and an unusual search for meaning. She regularly performs in France and abroad. Thus in Nîmes, as part of "Jeudis", in Lorraine, as a young solo guest at the "Rencontres Musicales", in Szeged (Hungary) as part of the "Spring Festival", in Montpellier as accompanist during the Radio festival -France, at the Balassi Institute in London. Chamber music occupies a prominent place in its activity. She plays with the violinist Boglarka Molnar and the cellist Béla Valko in the ensemble Epigrammes in formation duo and trio.
2013 marks his return to France. The opportunity for her to give free rein to her creative spirit and eager for new projects. She creates in Montferriez-sur-Lez the festival "Arpeggios and words" which she ensures the artistic direction. This festival proposes to make dialogue between theater and music by making actors and musicians, partners on the same stage. In 2015, born of his meeting with the Franco-Nigerian soprano Omo Bello a series of concerts. The duo is notably invited by the Philharmonie de Paris for a concert offered to the patrons, or by René Koering for its festival of Tresques.
Finally, deeply attached to her mission as a pedagogue that she develops in several conservatories and in private lessons, Camille Jauvion is also involved in various projects to encourage the practice and musical openness to her students, future professionals or amateurs. In 2016, she participated in the creation of a chamber music practice workshop at Paris 13 University, where she became responsible.
Camille Jauvion is also professor of piano at the Yerres Conservatory, in Ile de France.