Caroline travelled to France in 2006 for a 6-month study abroad program during her undergraduate studies in classical singing and has yet to return. For several years she pursued singing while working odd jobs, and eventually returned to school to earn a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst by correspondence while continuing to work in Europe. She also holds a master’s degree from the Sorbonne in musicology, with a specialization in musical outreach and accessibility. Her master’s thesis explored the existing interaction between young adults and opera, and proposed potential solutions for opera houses to attract younger audiences.

As a classical singer, Caroline has performed in the US, France, Italy, Austria and England. She has been recognized by the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts and the Joseph D Thomas Memorial Foundation, has been a semi-finalist at the international singing competitions in Arles and Vivonne, and a finalist at the Concours de Béziers. She has sung Wagner at the Chateau de Rochambeau, Mozart at the Festival Ré Majeure, Puccini, Gershwin and Villa-Lobos at the Mairie du 13e, Bernstein with the Orchestre National de Lille and has collaborated on opera outreach projects with the Féstival d’Aix-en-Provence. As a jazz singer, she has performed in bars, restaurants and at events around Paris as part of various trios and quartets. She has studied voice with Isabelle Guillaud, Susan McCulloch and Raphaël Sikorski.

With a degree in arts administration and entrepreneurship, Caroline has worked extensively organizing concerts and concert series, as well as consulting with arts organizations and festivals. She has consulted on communications with the IRCAM, Planet Opera, the Théatre 95 and the FéstiVal de la Chéronne, and has organized concerts for charity organizations such as the American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity. She is an advocate for universal accessibility to classical music, and has worked with several organizations on further developing their education and outreach programs.