"Jeppeson and Patrick were well paired as Zerlina and Masetto, creating a credible relationship which allowed us to experience their shifting emotional patterns with ease. Her Batti, batti was a highlight of Act 1"
DR BRIAN HICK - LARK REVIEWS
"Featuring some seriously promising young voices... Camilla chief among them."
Musetta in La Bohème
Dates TBA - Normansfield Theatre, London
British soprano Camilla Jeppeson initially studied as a pianist before training as a singer. After completing the Associated Studios Opera Course in London, she began studies with world-renowned bass Graeme Danby.
Operatic appearances have included Camilla's Italian debut as Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi, and her house debut at the Teatro del Giglio, Lucca. Other operatic roles have included Blonde (Die Entführung aus dem Serail), La Sagesse/Lucinde as part of the Grimeborn Festival at the Arcola Theatre, Zerlina (Don Giovanni), and Cis (Albert Herring) for Hampstead Garden Opera.
Other engagements have included performances at the Royal Greenwich International Early Music Festival, an appearance with the Rameau Academy accompanied by Rob Howarth, Cadogan Hall and The Ritz.
Oratorio engagements have included Faure's Requiem at St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Vaughan Williams' Dona Nobis Pacem at The Apex, Mozart's Mass in C minor, Rutter's Magnificat, the UK premiere of Lotti's Requiem with the Kantanti Ensemble, and Vaughan Williams’ G-minor Mass at the Queen's Chapel of the Savoy under the baton of Neil Ferris.
Camilla regularly gives recitals in and around London, and has collaborated with groups such as the early music ensemble Eboracum Baroque and her voice and harp duo Voce47, featuring Mary Reid on harp. Performance premiers have included Samuel Bordoli's innovative Live Music Sculpture 3 at St. Paul's Cathedral.
Alongside solo work, Camilla also sings with various choral ensembles, including the critically acclaimed Convivium Singers, who have recorded works by Jonathan Dove for the Naxos label, on which Camilla was a soloist. Camilla sings with the Philharmonia Chorus on the Professional Singer Scheme.
In other genres, Camilla received great critical acclaim from The Stephen Sondheim Society for her portrayal of Maria (West Side Story).