The organist Camille Déruelle likes to highlight the varied timbres of the complex instrument that is the organ: it is through an original and fine mixture of colors that she expresses the palette of her musical choices and of the possibilities of this instrument. She does not hesitate to exploit this richness of timbres in organ arrangements of pieces for piano or for the ensemble.
In addition to this, you need to know more about it. After a 1st prize and an honors improvement prize, Camille Déruelle obtains her National Superior Diploma as a Musician and her Concert Artist Diploma. At the same time, she perfected herself in piano practice with Vincent Coq, pianist of the Wanderer Trio. She is also a finalist in the 2011 national competition and the 2013 international competition in Angers. She had as teachers Éric Lebrun, Michel Bouvard, Willem Jansen, Stéphane Bois, Philippe Lefebvre, Christophe Mantoux … In addition to this, you need to know more about it.
Activities In addition to this, you need to know more about it. Holder of the State Teaching Diploma, Camille Déruelle teaches organ and chamber music at the Conservatory of Bry-sur-Marne, and she is a choirmaster for children at the Conservatory of the 16th arrondissement of Paris. She is organist on the historic Cavaillé-Coll organs of St-Bernard-de-la-Chapelle in Paris; president of the Association des Amis des Orgues de St-Bernard, she works for the renovation, promotion, and influence of tribune and choir organs.
As a concert performer, she participates in prestigious festivals such as Les Heures d’Orgue de Chamonix and Toulouse les Orgues. She also performs abroad (Germany, Italy, the Netherlands) and recorded a CD in 2016 with singers Audrey Bentley and Helena Mercier-Menachemoff. She plays in the Venticello and Esprits Barock ensembles: her dual training as organist and pianist leads her to maintain permanent exchanges with musicians of all disciplines and all instruments; this allows it to constantly renew and open its horizons, and to reach out to very different repertoires.