Camille Hesketh

Canadian soprano Camille Hesketh completed her Masters degree in Contemporary Music at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Netherlands where she also pursued further post-graduate studies in Early Music singing. She has received awards for contemporary music from the Canada Council for the Arts and has been involved in numerous contemporary music productions and premieres of opera, music theatre, electronic and
chamber music in Europe, and North and South America such as Yannis Kyriakides' Ocean of Rain, which opened the Aldeburgh Festival, England, Nicoleta Chatzapoulou's Are you our daughter in the Zwolle and Rotterdam opera festivals, Annelies van Parys's Index of Memories with Muziektheater Transparant, as well as numerous concerts/ productions with ensembles such as Schoenberg/ Asko, Nieuw Ensemble, MAE, Den Haag Slaagwerk, Klang Ensemble-Berlin, and Pacific Baroque Orchestra-Vancouver. Camille also regularly performs baroque repertoire, and recently sang the title role in the Royal Conservatory of the Hague's production of Händel's Agrippina, and has recorded and performed with The Roosevelt Academy, Middelburg, the Rotterdam Baroque Ensemble and La Grande Chapelle, Spain. Camille is currently a member of Vocaal Lab Nederland, and with them, will be perfoming in the upcoming commission A Dog's Heart by Alexander Raskatov for the Dutch National Opera.



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