Jocelyne has been playing and recording with Stradivaria since its inception and is the holder of the Prix de Paris and the Certificat d’Aptitude d’Enseignement du Clavecin. She perpetuates the tradition of the masters who taught her piano and harpsichord; Samson François and Huguette Dreyfus.
Invited to the Printemps des Arts de Nantes (1996, 2002), Jocelyne Cuiller has performed in recital on the clavichord, at the Folle Journée in Nantes, Tokyo and Kanazawa, at the Pixel theatre and at the Cité de la Musique in Paris, in the Festival Bach à Pâques, at the Jeudis musicaux des Églises Romanes, in numerous private concerts in France and Belgium, at the University of Nantes and at the Musicales de Saint Germain (Cesseras
2015), as well as at the Nordic Historical Keyboard Festival in Kuopio in 2018.
Her first solo recording, O Süsses Clavichord, devoted to Bach father and son, received a Choc du Monde de la Musique, in addition to several excellent reviews (Clavichord International, Diapason, Site des Médiathèques Belges, Classica, Record Geijutsu – Japan). Her second CD entitled Rêveries pour Connaisseurs et Amateurs, devoted exclusively to Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, was released by Fuga Libera and received a 5 from Diapason, a Coup de Coeur 2008 from Marc Dumont on France Musique and Record Geijutsu Tokyo. The CD Sonatas for Yukio was awarded a Diapason d’Or in January 2012 and a very original recording interspersed with romantic letters was released by Ligia Digital in 2013.