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Christina Campsall Mezzosoprano

2018

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Canadian mezzo-soprano, Christina Campsall, has been praised for her “rich low mezzo” (MUSICAL TORONTO) and “beautifully bright and metallic top” (SCHMOPERA). OPERA CANADA declared, “The standout was Christina Campsall’s Hélène. She combined a beautiful, dark-toned mezzo with great acting and movement skills”, after her performance as the title role in Offenbach’s La belle Héléne.
This season, Christina Campsall is participating in Ópera de Tenerife’s 2017/18 Opera (e)Studio, where she will perform as “Romeo” in Bellini’s I Capuleti e i Montecchi. She will then be reprising the role of “Romeo” at Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Italy in May 2018. This summer, Ms. Campsall will perform the role of “Giovanna” in Verdi’s Rigoletto with Philharmonische Kammerorchester Wernigerode, Germany, and the role of “Mercédès” in Bizet’s Carmen with Opera Classica Europa in Frankfurt, Germany.
Christina Campsall is a graduate of the Artist Diploma Program in Classical Vocal Performance from the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music. During her studies there, Ms. Campsall was a two time recipient of the Liliane Szenteleky Vocal Scholarship. Her operatic performances at the school include “Ruggiero” in Handel’s Alcina, “Elle” in Poulenc’s La voix humaine, and the title role in Offenbach’s La belle Hélène. She was a soloist in Berio’s Folk Songs, and the alto soloist with the Royal Conservatory Orchestra in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. Outside of school, Ms. Campsall performed the title role in MYOpera’s production of Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia. She was also awarded first place in the Graduate School Level/Young Professional category at the 2014 NATS Competition, and placed second in the 2014/15 Clifford Poole Vocal Competition. Ms. Campsall performed as the alto soloist with the Estonian National Male Choir, and the Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra, in Brahm’s Alto Rhapsody.
Christina Campsall is a graduate of the Artist Diploma Program in Classical Vocal Performance from the Glenn Gould School at the Royal Conservatory of Music where she studied in the studio of Stephanie Bogle. She is also a graduate of York University’s Music program, with a focus in Vocal Performance. She is currently studying with Neil Semer.