An accomplished international performer and recording artist, Fiona Campbell has won the ABC Young Performer of the Year Award (Vocal division) and the Australian Singing Competition Opera Awards.
Fiona has appeared as a principal artist with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Australia Ensemble, Australian String Quartet, Brodsky Quartet, the Tokyo, Hong Kong, Odessa and Euro-Asian Philharmonic Orchestras, Soloists of the Royal Opera House Orchestra Covent Garden, Manchester Camerata, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, The Queensland Orchestra, the Adelaide, Melbourne and West Australian Symphony Orchestras, Opera Australia, Opera North, Grange Park Opera, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, West Australian Opera, Opera Northern Ireland and Pinchgut Opera.
She has received great critical acclaim for her interpretation of roles such as Olga (Eugene Onegin), Hansel (Hansel and Gretel), Dorabella (Così fan tutte), Siebel (Faust), Rosina (The Barber of Seville), Venus (Tannhäuser), Ruggiero (Alcina), Idamante (Idomeneo) and Vagaus (Juditha Triumphans), and was nominated for a Helpmann Award this year for her Cherubino in The Marriage of Figaro.
Her rst solo album, Love, Loss, Lust, has just been released on the msmlabel. For ABC Classics, her discography includes French Baroque Cantatas, Mozart’s Idomeneo, Vivaldi’s Juditha Triumphans and Just Classics 2 – The Gold Collection. She has also recorded many recitals for ABC Classic FM.
After singing with José Carreras in Tokyo last year, Fiona was invited to be his guest artist this year in Australia and Korea.
Future engagements include Symphony under the Stars with Barbara Bonney, followed by a concert tour with her in Korea and Japan, and the ACO’s national tour of Bach and Beyond.
Fiona was Idamante in Idomeneo (2006), Vagaus in Juditha Triumphans (2007) and Erisbe in Ormindo (2009) for Pinchgut Opera.
This bio taken from the last program in which Fiona appeared.
Photo by Bridget Elliot
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