Born in 2000, Chanel has been playing harp since she was 6. She started her training in Luxembourg with Catherine Beynon and pursued with Cécile Marichal in Brussels. Since june 2011, she has been studying with Sophie Hallynck.
She is awarded first prize at the Harpegio national competition in Brussels in category “1”.
At the national Harpegio competition in Brussels, Chanel receives first prize in category “3”.
She takes part in the international Félix Godefroid competition in Tournai (Belgium) where she wins 3d prize in the “Young talents” category.
She unanimously wins the first medal with the felicitations of the jury in the “middle 1” category at the international harp competition in Limoges (France) as well as 2d prize in category “4” at the Hapregio competition in Brussels.
In march and may, in Brussels, she takes part in the opening of the Étonnants voyages (Surprising Travels) exhibition at the Fayla Galery and accompanies the Mosaïque dance Show at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels.
In April, she gets first prize at the international HarpAcademy competition in Sandstedt (Germany).
In june, Chanel was admitted at the IMEP (Music and Education Institute) in Namur as a young talent in the class of Sophie Hallynck.
In september, Chanel unanimously receives first prize at the International Suoni d'Arpa competition in the “solisti di arpa a pedali fino a 16 anni” category in Saluzzo (Piedmont, Italy).
The Luxemburgian National Cultural Fund awards her an encouragement prize of the Michelle Foundation to take part in a Master Class at the Summer International Academy in Nice (France).
In november, Chanel is finalist of the Martine Géliot international harp competition that took place in Fontainebleau (France).
Following the Prodiges television show on France 2, Chanel finds a precious sponsor for the purchase of her new harp: Jacqueline Custot (Switzerland).
In march, she receives the second prize at the Félix Godefroid international competition (Belgium) in the “Excellence” category. She receives the highest distinction at the “diplôme supérieur” of the Luxembourg music conservatory in Liane Harnes' class.
Finalist of the 2017 Classic Academy competition (Belgium), she is featured as a soloist, in june, with the Liège Royal Philarmonic Orchestra in the first movement of Reinhold Glière's concerto.
Thanks to her first prize at the Suoni d'Arpa competition in 2015, she performs a recital, in july, at the Festival Musica in Villa at the Villa di Vico, Florence (Italy).
She took part in several Masterclasses with Anja Linder, Bernard Andres, Samia Bousbaine, Marielle Nordmann, Germaine Lorenzini, Isabelle Perrin, Isabelle Moretti, Elizabeth Fontan-Binoche, Agnès Clément, Luisa Prandina, and Marie-Pierre Langlamet.
In parallel, she pursues her high school education at the Athénée Robert Catteau in Brussels.