When we first heard Camille Thomas, we understood why she became the first cellist signed by Deutsche Grammophon in 40 years.
When we met her we were also captivated by her warmth and obvious love of music and life.
Her work for and devotion to UNICEF and social justice says more about her as a person.
Here is another example of her searching imagination, which is reflected in the captivating music-making on her exciting new Deutsche Grammophon album Voice of Hope. Have a listen!
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|“Little preview of one of the most incredible shoot[s] I ever did yesterday at Le Chateau de Versailles in the Théâtre de la Reine.
This theater was built for Marie-Antoinette in 1780 and still has the original decor[ation] and machinery of the 18th and 19th centuries.
To help the conservation of this absolutely exceptional place [there] are no concerts in this theater and it’s like a secret part of the castle, not open to [the] public. It was historical to be able to play there and make it alive yesterday…
Merci Château de Versailles, Catherine Pégard and Raphaël Masson for welcoming us and being part of my video project of bringing music to emblematic French places and museums ❤️❤️❤️
Merci dearest Martin Mirabel for directing this video serie[s] where the soul of each place magically vibrate[s] with the music.
I really can’t wait to share it with you!!!
Stay tuned 🎥🎻😍💥”
Frank Salomon Associates, Inc.