Caroline Duris has an array of musical diplomas from the National Superior Conservatories Of Music of Paris and Lyon.
Caroline expresses her talent in an innovative memoir on the concept of color in music, a systemic study of motivation in Paris and a First Prize of Piano in Lyon.
Caroline's expertise contributes to many aspects of filmmaking: as pianist, musical advisor and also preparing and coaching actors on film sets.
For the film "De battre mon coeur s'est arrêté" by Jaques Audiard, she played and recorded all the piano pieces and coached actors Romain Duris and Lihm Dan Pham. She has also sinced coached for other directors like Diane Bertrand, Jean Daniel Veraeghe and Bruno Chiche in 2010 and Michael Haneke in 2011.
Caroline Duris also trained as a classical dancer with Solange Golovine. She expresses this newly found passion in the contemporary dance show "Piano Bunker" in 2009.
Creating live "electronic" music is also part of Caroline's artistic endeavors. Between 2008 and 2009 she participates in numerous DJ sets throughout the capital.
Her project, "Metatechno" is very appreciated by the press: Trax, Tsuji and Diva magazines all praised her work.
In 2009, she plays live with the producer Abstraxion, in Berlin, London, Bruxelles, Paris and Limoges, combining acoustic piano with electronic machines. Recordings of these performances have been released by the label "Biologic Records" who also produced Metatechno's 2011 EP. This new project emphasizes visual experimentation and includes the work of video artists.
She is involved in french comtemporary literature projects, as a music composer for two augmented ebooks published by e-fractions editions : a collection of 10 short stories "Aimer c'est résister" and a short novel "La solitude de l'ours polaire" by Louis-Stéphane Ulysse, but also as a musician (she played her own compositions) and as a reading performer for a few shows of "Aimer c'est résister", in 2013.