Canadian soprano Natasha Campbell, has been heard in venues across the country. Her repertoire has ranged from baroque to modern, including Handel, Brahms, Britten, Poulenc and Stockhausen. She has been proud to perform the music of many Canadian composers including Tim Brady, David Keane, and Jennifer Butler, and has worked as a collaborative artist, producing and performing with many local artists.
Natasha completed an Honours Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance, and Diploma in Chamber Music Perfomance at Wilfrid Laurier University. She placed second in the 23th Annual Eckhardt-Gramatté Competition, and emerged as a young performer by winning first place in the Guelph Spring Festival’s Edward Johnson Competition. Natasha teaches voice at Heritage College and Seminary, maintains a private studio, and resides with her family in Kitchener Waterloo.