Camilla is excited to have been selected to be on the Josephine Baker trust’s list of approved singers. The Josephine Baker trusts offers grants to individuals studying vocal music at The Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music by paying some or all of their performance fees at concerts. It is a great opportunity for Camilla and is a very positive start to her second year back at RCM especially alongside her success at being offered soprano solos in RCM Chamber Choir’s Autumn concert of Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle.
I am delighted to be a soprano soloist in The Royal College of Music’s autumn Chamber Choir Concert of Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle. I will be performing one of my favourite arias ‘O Salutaris Hostia’.
More information and tickets can be found here
Camilla is excited to be a Britten Pears Young Artist (2018) and is now busy preparing music for her Classical Song course for Aldeburgh Festival in Snape Maltings on 17th-24th June.
The course will be run by:
John Fisher piano
Julia Faulkner soprano
Matthew Rose bass
Anne Sofie von Otter mezzo soprano
Kristian Bezuidenhout fortepiano
"In their second course of the Aldeburgh Festival, John Fisher, Julia Faulkner and Matthew Rose are joined by two more outstanding artists; Grammy award-winning mezzo soprano Anne Sofie von Otter, whose unrivalled discography spans three decades, and Kristian Bezuidenhout, one of today’s most exciting and versatile keyboard artists (who will give their own recital during the Aldeburgh Festival). Prior to a one-day intensive course on fortepiano with Kristian, Anne Sofie, Julia and John will lead participants through the poise and charm of classical song in private sessions and public masterclasses.
Participants’ repertoire choices should be confined to the classical era (e.g. Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart) but must include voice and piano songs (i.e. not only arias)."
Masterclasses will take place between Tue 19 Jun - Fri 22 Jun in the Peter Pears Recital Room. Book here
Final Recital: Saturday 23 June at 12pm in Britten Studio. Book here
For more information on the recital and public masterclasses click here
Camilla is thrilled to have been awarded Third Place at Cheltenham Bach Choir's Baroque Singing Competition. The 2018 competition was judged by Christine Cairns, Russell Smythe and David Crown.
Camilla performed a programme of Handel, Purcell and Bach.
For more info click here
A few debuts for me this month. On 1st March I will be performing the soprano solos in Beethoven's Choral Fantasy in the Royal Festival Hall, London with the Philharmonia Orchestra. For more information click here.
I will also be making my debut in Wigmore Hall for the London Handel Festival on 22nd March. I will be singing the role of Israelite Boy where I will perform an aria with the London Handel Orchestra conducted by Adrian Butterfield. Information can be found here.
Camilla is delighted to have been awarded Commended in Royal College of Music's Lieder competition, adjudicated by Nicky Spence.
She sang a programme of Wolf and Schubert, accompanied by Lucy Colquhoun.
Camilla has just started at Royal College of Music studying for a Masters in Vocal Studies under the tutelage of Alison Wells and Caroline Dowdle. She is a Martin Harris Scholar supported by The Royal College of Music and is also kindly supported by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust Derek Butler award. Very exciting times ahead.
I am really excited to be performing in All the Angels at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. All the Angels is a play written by Nick Drake and directed by Jonathan Munby based around the first performance of the Messiah...Read More