Lorraine Campet

Masterclass Application & Biography

how to apply


The Masterclass will take place from 17 to 21 April 2023 in Trani (Italy, Puglia). The program for the lessons of the masterclass is free.


The Masterclass is open to double bass players of every age and nationalities


– inscription fee: 150 euros

– masterclass tuition fee: 300 euros

– Optional in add to masterclass, cost for playing as soloist with orchestra: 200 euros

In add of the masterclass, every student has the possibility to play at the final concerts as soloist with orchestra. 
The students can choose among variuos concertos:
any Concertos with the follow orchestral instrumentation or less
2 ob., 2 hr., 2 fg., strings, perc

The deadline for sending application to the Masterclass is 04th March 2023.


The organization of the Masterclass will give you the possibility to sleep and have full meal with very cheap costs.

– Airport in Bari (40 km far from Trani) and transfer to Trani with train
– Rome airport and train from Roma Termini station to Trani

All the payment fees must be made when you send your application to attend the Masterclass by transfer to this account

IBAN: IT79 C360 9201 6000 9579 9232 960



If the applicant is not admitted to Masterclass the fee will be refunded. If the application is successful but the student withdraws from the Masterclass, there will be No refund.

For other informations you can call +39 3468296657
Or send e-mail to accademia.filarmonica.med@gmail.com



Lorraine discovered the double bass at the age of 5, and first learnt with Jean-Edmond Bacquet, before being accepted at the Paris CNSM in 2012, in Thierry Barbé’s class. She received her Masters degree in 2016 and went on to study for one year with Petru Iuga at the University of Mannheim in Germany.

Alongside the double bass, Lorraine also studies the violin, firstly working with Suzanne Gessner at the Regional Conservatoire of Paris, before being accepted at the Paris CNSM where she received her Bachelor degree in Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabedian’s class in 2019. 
Lorraine is frequently invited to play as a soloist and to give master class in the whole world (China, USA, UK, Germany, Venezuela..). She regularly plays as a chamber musician in various festivals such as le Festival de Pâques in Aix-en-Provence, le Festival de Pâques in Deauville, les Rencontres Musicales d’Evian, La Folle Journée de Nantes, alongside artists such as Barbara Hannigan, Renaud Capuçon, Leonidas Kavakos, the Trio Wanderer, Lise Berthaud, Sarah Nemtanu, François Salque, the Modigliani Quartet, Christophe Morin…
As a soloist, she performs in France and abroad for recitals and solo concerts with orchestra.
She is currently invited to perform with MusicAeterna Orchestra and Utopia Orchestra conducted by Teodor Currentzis, as well as with the London Symphony Orchestra and the Sinfonia Grange au Lac in Evian. 
She has been awarded the first prize for both the Leopold Bellan International Competition and the International Double Bass Competition in Amsterdam “Bass 2014”.
 In 2017, she won both the Festival Prize and the Prize for best interpretation of a contemporary piece at the FMAJI. The same year she also won second prize at the International Giovanni Bottesini Competition.
From 2015 to 2022, she was co-principal bass for the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France.
She plays an exceptional double bass by Pietro-Antonio Testore on loan from Xavier and Joséphine Moreno through Emmanuel Jaeger and a modern double bass by the luthier Richard Gonon and is endorsed by Pirastro Strings. 
As a violinist, Lorraine is a member of the Confluence Quartet, in residence at the Fondation Singer-Polignac, awarded the first prize for the Trondheim International String Quartet Competition. She is lucky enough to play a violin by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini on loan from the Boubo-Music Foundation, and a bow by Edwin Clément.