The swiss recorder player Charlotte Schneider (1997) starts her musical formation in Neuchâtel. In 2014 she passes her Precollege graduation diploma with distinction in the Conservatoire de musique neuchâtelois and becomes a price for her recital.
Then she goes on with the recorder in the class of Jan Van Hoecke in the Conservatoire de musique de Lausanne.
Since 2016 she is studying at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Prof. Conrad Steinmann.
In 2018, she is invited as soloist with the orchestra from "l'Avant-Scène Opéra" directed by Yves Senn.
Modern flute, lyric singing, theater, opera, baroque flute and renaissance flute complete her formation.
She is fascinated by chamber music and Scene arts and play regulary with compagnies and ensembles, for example Hortus Amoris (early music), Compagnie de l’Avant-Scène Opéra, Duo Aeoline (recorder and organ), Echo Temporis Consort (renaissance recorders), Compagnie du Théâtre Entracte, Ensemble Opaline, Compagnie Barocc’opéra…
During Worshops and Masterclasses she has the occasion to work with many differents musicians as for example Han Tol, Maurice Steger, Peter van Heyghen, Jovanka Marville, Pierre-Laurent Haesler, Massimo Lunghi, Yves Senn, Katharina Bopp, Susanna Borsch, Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Emmanuel Pahud, Elsa Frank, Sylvain Sartre, Anne-Laure Pantillon,…