French cellist Flora Camuzet began music at the age of 7, studying harpsichord, choir, chamber music and orchestra in addition to cello.
She entered the CNSMD of Lyon in 1998, where she studied with Yvan Chiffoleau, Patrick Gabard, and Zoltan Toth. She graduated in 2003 with DNSEM (Masters) in cello, mention bien. She spent one year on Erasmus exchange at the Budapest Franz Liszt Academy with Onczay Csaba and the Bartok quartet. In 2004 she met Enrico Dindo in Italy and spent a few months studying with him.
In 2005 Mrs Camuzet won a contract as cello of the newly created Hyogo Performing Arts Centre Orchestra in Japan under the baton of Yutaka Sado, which was an amazing, rich experience.
In 2008 Flora returned to France where she started a free-lancing life, then moved to Lisbon, Portugal.
In Lisbon, Flora performed frequently as part of the Gulbenkian Orchestra, Sao Carlos Opera,and Cascais Chamber Orchestra. She also was teaching at the Conservatório de Lisboa from 2010 to 2016, where she ran the string orchestra and chamber music group class. She also taught at the Alcobaça Academy, Luisa Todi Academy and Santa Cecilia Academy.
She has two lovely girls, Lia and Lou Salomé.