Charlotte de Rothschild’s career has taken her all over the world. With her wide knowledge of the song repertoire, from different eras, countries and genres, she has created some wonderful themed programmes; the best known being the "Family Connections" programme which traces the musical history of her forebears with music by, and anecdotes about, the composers who were friends, teachers or ancestors of the Rothschild family during the 19th and 20th Centuries. Other themes presented in major concert halls or Festivals include "A Bouquet of Flower Songs" (arranged by the season) with which Charlotte toured Japan and India in the Spring of 2012 and did so again in Japan in July 2014 and "A Magical Evening", a collection of British songs released on the Nimbus label as "Fairy Songs" with the harpist Danielle Perrett. Recently, Charlotte’s concert schedule took her to Taiwan, Japan, India and the U.S.
After performing in Japan for over twenty years, she recorded a CD of classical Japanese songs called "A Japanese Journey". She was the first foreigner to have recorded this music in the native tongue and as such was hailed as a pioneer and she has promoted the beauty of these songs all over the world. Her newest Japanese song CD “Hana wa saku” , is a collaboration with the City of London Sinfonia conducted by Michael Collins. They will tour Japan in April 2017.