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Camille Berthollet

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Ave Maria Julie Berthollet, Camille Berthollet, Vincent Forestier 02:26
Fly (Arr. Camille Berthollet, Julie Berthollet) Camille Berthollet, Julie Berthollet 02:59
Vivaldi: L'estro armonico, Concerto pour violon en la mineur, Op. 3 No. 6, RV 356: III. Presto Camille Berthollet 02:16
Hallelujah Camille Berthollet, Julie Berthollet 01:44
Fauré: 3 Mélodies, Op. 7: No. 1, Après un rêve (Arr. for Cello and Piano) Camille Berthollet, Guillaume Vincent 03:11
Vivaldi: Les Quatre Saisons, Concerto pour violon en sol mineur, Op. 8 No. 2, RV 315 "L'Eté": III. Presto Camille Berthollet 02:29
Gluck / Arr Kreisler: Orfeo ed Euridice, Wq. 30, Act 2: Dance of the Blessed Spirits Camille Berthollet, Guillaume Vincent 03:35
Brahms / Orch. Herzog: 5 Lieder, Op. 49: IV. Wiegenlied (Orch. Herzog) Camille Berthollet 01:48
Jenkins: Palladio Camille Berthollet, Julie Berthollet 03:38
Traditionnal / Orch Lehn: Les yeux noirs Camille Berthollet, Thomas Dutronc, Guillaume Vincent 03:05

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Camille Berthollet is a young French classical violinist and cellist who found fame in her homeland when she won a music competition on television when she was 15 years old and went on to record two well-received albums. Born in the Rhone-Alpes region she learned to play the cello at a young age and studied at the Geneva Conservatorium. Signed to a contract by the Warner Classics label, she made her recording debut with 'Camille' in 2015 accompanied by her older sister, violinist and violist Julie Berthollet. In 2016 they released 'Camille & Julie' featuring works by Brahms, Dvoràk, Gershwin, Paganini, Schubert and Tchaikovsky. Their 2018 schedule was to include performances at Cultura in Rhone-Alpes, Les Parade Artificiels at Théâtre Sébastopol in Lille, and Printemps de Perouges in Ain near Lyon.