Jodyline is a young french pianist. She joined the prestigious Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Lyon (CNSM) when she was only 17 and is already an established artist in her country.
Prize-winner of Fondation Banque Populaire, she releases her first album Lost Paradises in june 2022 under the label Scala Music. The album wins a Qobuzissime from Qobuz platform and is selected by Pierre Gervasoni in the newspaper Le Monde.
She earned two master’s degrees: one in piano after her study with Marie-Josèphe Jude and one in chamber music after her study in the class of Dana Ciocarlie with whom she still collaborates.
She gives many concerts in France in concert halls such as Opéra de Lyon, Salle Molière, Auditorium Darius Milhaud, Goethe-Institut, Auditorium du Petit Palais (Paris) as well as on the international stage (Piano City in Milano, Villa Musica in Germany, Espace Fusterie in Geneva, Institut de Ribaupierre in Lausanne, Palazetto Bru Zane in Venezia…).
Described as a very sensitive artist who “cherishes each note for itself and gives a sense to every sound” (Oreille Fine, 2017), and as a “revelation” by Pierre Lamy (Qobuz, 2022), she is regurarly invited to perform in many festivals and will perform, in september 2022, on tour in Brazil as a soloist with orchestra and in recitals.
Selected for the Academy Ravel with Jean-Claude Pennetier, she gained attention by winning the Mélomanes Côte Sud Prize, the Palazetto Bru Zane Prize and the Festival de l’Orangerie de Sceaux Prize.
She is also Laureate of the Fondation Mécénat Musicale Société Générale and Laureate of the Safran Foundation.
In 2017, Jodyline represented France for a concert at the National Theater of Ashgabat (Turkmenistan) at the invitation of the French Embassy. The same year, she was chosen by Bosendörfer Official for a live video recording. She performed regurarly on radio programs such as SWR2 (Germany) with cellist Anastasia Kobekina, Casa Berthallot (Italia) and the French national radio channel France Musique for the famous live programs “Génération Jeunes Interprètes” and “Génération France Musique”.
Admitted to the Accademia Internazionale Pianistica Incontri Col Maestro in Imola, she received Maestro Piero Rattalino’s teaching for one year. She also had the chance to meet Rena Shereshevskaya and benefited from her precious advices.
In 2019, Jodyline became Artist in Residence at the Ingesund Piano Center and has been studying with the great teacher Julia Mustonen-Dahlkvist in an amazing place in the middle of the swedich forests, in Arvika.