Born in 1957 in Luxembourg, Camille Kerger studied trombone, singing and composition at the conservatories of Luxembourg and Metz (France), and later at the universities of Mannheim and Dusseldorf, obtaining concert diploma in singing as final degree.
As a trombonist he was member of various orchestras. As a lyric tenor soloist he performed in numerous operas, oratorios and concerts at home and abroad.
Kerger wrote over 100 works for various ensembles, including symphonic works, operas, music-theater pieces and chamber music. His works have been performed by major orchestras, ensembles and soloists around the world.
As a co-founder Camille Kerger was until June 2006 musical director of the «Théâtre National du Luxembourg ». He currently heads the « Institut Européen de Chant Choral, Luxembourg ».
Camille Kerger is a member of the « Institut Grand-Ducal, Luxembourg, section Arts et Lettres ».
In 1916, he was awarded “Prix Lions”