Caroline began her musical education at the age of six, and started performing at seven. At ten she was accepted into the Exhibitioner Programme at the Conservatorium of Music, under the direction of Richard Gill. In 1989, Caroline was awarded the first ever piano scholarship to Perth Modern School. In 1992 Caroline performed Grieg’s Piano Concerto in the Perth Concert Hall. The following year she received a mark of 100% for TEE music. At 16 Caroline passed her L.Mus.A in Brisbane, whilst studying at the Brisbane Conservatorium of Music.
2001 saw Caroline being awarded the Cecilia Daff Scholarship for Piano. In October that year her 3rd year recital program was recorded for the Young Australia series on ABC Classical FM, and broadcast in April 2002. In May, Caroline was awarded the prestigious Helen Court Scholarship for the most outstanding final year student.
On October 5th 2002, Caroline performed her combined Bachelor of Music Graduation and AMEB Fellowship of Music Recital, becoming the first West Australian ever to be awarded the latter. The Fellowship is the highest honour given in the country from the AMEB. The following month she was selected to perform a movement of a concerto with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra. To top off an extraordinary year, Caroline was awarded the $12,000 Macleod Scholarship from the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Since graduating from WAAPA, Caroline has been freelancing as soloist and accompanist. Most recently, Caroline is one third of the newly-formed Piano Trio called Trinity. The trio has added a new dimension to her musical career.