It is not the first time that Camille Thomas has offered her services as a talented cellist to the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra, with whom she has already performed throughout the 2013-2014 season and the 2014-2015 season.
Mature beyond her years, she began studying her instrument at 4 years of age and at 10 years old, she joined the Conservatoire national de Paris. The jury unanimously awarded her first prize at the age of 16. She honed her skills for her instrument in France first of all and then in Germany at the Berlin Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler. She participated in numerous master classes and benefited from the advice of many grand masters (David Geringas, Steven Isserlis, Ralph Kirschbaum, Tabea Zimmerman...). She played in many prestigious venues in Europe. Awarded many prizes for her talent, in 2014 she was nominated in the category Instrumental Solo Discovery at the Victoires de la musique classique awards.
Her activities as a soloist do not prevent her from equally devoting herself to chamber music and she plays regularly with partners such as Belgian violinist Laurenzo Gatto, pianists Béatrice Berrut and Frank Braley, alto Gérard Caussé and many others.