Born in a family of musicians, Anne-Charlotte started learning the harp with Elvina DuBreuil in Burgundy. She graduated at the Conservatoire, Chalon sur Saône, in 2008, and was appointed as music theory teacher at this same institute. She then continued her harp studies with Germaine Lorenzini. In 2011, Anne-Charlotte entered the Pôle Supérieur d'Enseignement de la Musique en Bourgogne, perfecting her harp skills with Valeria Kafelnikov.
With teaching always being part of her musical journey, Anne-Charlotte created a course about rock music, which resulted in two concerts of Beatles' songs played and arranged by her secondary school students. She also led a children's choir.
As a performing musician, Anne-Charlotte played as soloist, with diverse chamber music ensembles and orchestras, such as the Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra in London.
As a member of the World Civic Orchestra, she had the opportunity to play at the Rudolfinum in Prague in June 2017, and, as soloist, performed Debussy's Danses at the prestigious Alice Tully Hall of the Lincoln Center, New York, in July 2018.
Her repertoire is mostly French music orientated, including Ravel and Debussy's masterpieces, but she has at heart to promote her instrument in all its colours and originality, so will often include Britten, Hindemith, Cage and other contemporary composers to her programmes.