Described as “…demonstrating a facility with a multitude of musical languages” by British avant-garde music magazine The Wire, Camille Dietrich enjoys a rising career as soloist and chamber musician in New York City. With a particular affinity for contemporary music, she has worked with various contemporary chamber groups. As an alumni of contemporary music education program Face the Music, and the Face the Music Quartet, she has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Merkin Hall, Symphony Space, the Baryshnikov Theater, (Le) Poisson Rouge, Roulette, and toured in Washington DC. Alongside the members of the Kronos Quartet, she performed the world premiere of Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen’s string quartet “All in One,” a piece commissioned by the Kronos Quartet. Camille also recorded and performed Steve Reich’s “Triple Quartet” with the JACK Quartet, which was broadcasted on WQXR radio. In addition. Camille and her father, avant-garde saxophonist Don Dietrich recently released their duo album, DIETRICHS, on Pica Disk Records, which was reviewed in the November 2017 issue of The Wire. Camille has appeared as a soloist with the North New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and the Rockland Symphony, and has performed solo recitals throughout the NYC-metropolitan area. She is also an active chamber musician and has performed at venues such as Lincoln Center and (RED) Charity Foundation. Camille has also performed in a number of jazz chamber ensembles, and has had the opportunity to study with Regina Carter. She currently a senior at the Manhattan School of Music where she studies with Marion Feldman.