C* began studying drama very early, and has made a living from her passion since the beginning, absorbing many different techniques and styles, on stage or screen, experiences ranging from the astounding to the epic. Until this beautiful gift of life : The Molière 2015 – Category Best Subsidised Work, a collective award for « Les Coquelicots des Tranchées » directed by Xavier Lemaire.
Her voice is well-known in France : She dubs Meredith Grey in « Grey’s Anatomy », Sienna Miller, and many others actresses, but also cartoon characters in recent successes : Alex and Mandy in « Totally Spies ». Because when you change your voice, you can become who or what you want, tell so much. Even more so when singing your own lyrics and melodies. Singing was her first vocation, a calling that couldn’t be ignored.
It was Boris Bergman’s Rock Opéra La Nuit du Ratin 2006 in which Céline played the part of Chloratis that triggered the transition towards and deep commitment to a vocal rite of passage… of trying to find her voice, little by little…of finding that juxtaposition of singing and playing the guitar; of marrying the vertical with the horizontal. Céline’s work is the fruit of a patient, persistent learning process bolstered by an ardent inner need to express herself. She wanted to be free to sing and also to be at one with an instrument at the same time and so she decided to study guitar with Michel Petow.
A few years and over 60 pop/folk covers later, Céline turned to writing and composing. After her first album, « And I become… » together with a very promising live show she cut the apron strings, met Manu, a gem of a musician and together they are now developing a new concert format that will also give a sneaky peek of some of the tracks from a new album that is underway.