Camilla enjoys teaching on all levels, people of all ages.

2012–14 she studied “Instrumentalpädagogik Klavier”(MA) at the Music Academy in Basel, Switzerland. At the same time, she started working at the Musikschule Zürcher Oberland. Until 2014, when she left the school in order to pursue her doctorate at the Hochschule der Künste Bern (HKB), she had built a lively class of sixteen children, age 4–19.

During her doctorate (2014–18) at the HKB, she taught seminars on historical performance practice of the 19th century to young instrumentalists (BA and MA level) in conjunction with her doctoral advisor Prof. Kai Köpp. In 2019, she taught a 16-year-old aspiring pianist in Bonn, preparing him for his conservatory studies.

2019–2022 she gave seminars for doctoral candidates at the Orpheus Institute in Ghent, Belgium, on the research method of “Historical Embodiment” (docARTES program). During the summer semester of 2024, she teaches Music History of the 19th century at the Musikuniversität Wien (mdw).

Since 2014, she has regularly been presenting her research and at international conferences, usually in the format of lecture-recitals and workshops (Leeds, Bern, London, Cambridge, Madrid, Bonn, Vienna, Basel, and Birmingham).