Carolina Müller becomes new lecturer for the vocal specialization "Groove and Electronics"

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The Institute of Jazz and Folk Music welcomes Carolina Müller as a new lecturer for the vocal specialization "Groove and Electronics" from the autumn semester 2024.

Carolina Müller grew up in a musical family. She started playing the piano at the age of five and added the cello two years later. She won numerous first prizes at youth music competitions in Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Croatia. In 2011, she began making beats and composing her first songs under the stage name MISS C-LINE. She released her first singles and performed nationwide at the age of 16. Her enthusiasm for hip-hop and jazz led her to jazz singing. She studied vocal jazz at the Jazzcampus Basel and learned from renowned musicians. She completed her bachelor’s degree in jazz and her master’s degree in production with distinction in 2021 and 2023 respectively.

As MISS C-LINE, she has enjoyed international success and won the New Generation Jazz Lab Contest in 2021. Despite her young age, she has already released three albums and worked with artists such as Casey Benjamin and Jeff Ballard. She is musically and technically adept and is proficient in music production, studio recording, mixing, live show production and composition.