Passionate about chamber music, Charlotte Juillard joins Paloma Kouider and Louis Rodde in the Karénine trio in 2021. Since 2014, she has held the position of Concertmaster at Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition to the symphonic repertoire that she particularly enjoys, the orchestra occasionally offers her the opportunity to conduct violin and practice the concerto genre. She is also guest concertmaster for Paris Chamber Orchestra, Aurora Ensemble in London, Orchestre des Champs Elysées on gut strings, co-concertmaster at Les Dissonances with David Grimal and Sinfonia Grange au Lac in evian. It is in Evian that in 2019, she founds the Miroir string trio with violist Grégoire Vecchioni and cellist Christophe Morin.
She began playing the violin in her hometown of Montpellier and moved to Paris at the age of thirteen to continue her studies with Suzanne Gessner at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Paris and with Olivier Charlier, Marc Coppey and Jean Mouillère at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris. She also studied in Germany with Mihaela Martin during an Erasmus exchange program.
Between 2009 and 2016, she was first violin of the Zaïde Quartet whose mentor was Hatto Beyerle, member of the Alban Berg Quartet. Her studies took her to Vienna to work with Johannes Meissl (Artis Quartet) and across Europe to follow the advice of many other artists including Walter Levin and Ferenc Rados. With the quartet she won three first prizes in international competitions and performed in the most important European concert halls.