CRD Val d'Yerres

Camille Jauvion took her first classes at the Montpellier conservatory . Early on, you can see her gifts for the piano. While she brilliantly passes the examinations marking her first cycles of conservatory, there comes a time of questioning which leads her to interrupt abruptly the piano learning for two years, as if to let mature a vocation that will impose itself soon on her. Thus, after her baccalaureate, at the time of choice, she decided to devote herself entirely to the piano and to give up the higher studies of Mathematics she was considering. She continues her training at the Conservatoire de Nîmes with Catherine Silie. She won her first piano and chamber music awards with the mention Très Bien unanimously. During internships, she perfected herself with the Russian pianist Vladimir Viardo. This remarkable meeting leads her to deepen hes relationship with sound and the instrument.


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.