Fiona Campbell is one of Australia’s most versatile and beloved classical singers – winner of the national Limelight Award for Best Solo Performance 2011 and vocal winner of the ABC Young Performer of the Year Award and the ASC Opera Awards.
Fiona sings regularly as a principal artist with all of the major ensembles and orchestras in Australia, and her international collaborators have included the Brodsky Quartet, Tokyo Philharmonic, Manchester Camerata, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic and Glyndebourne Festival Opera. She was Associate Artist for José Carreras in Japan, Korea and Australia and for Barbara Bonney in Tokyo and London.
In 2021, highlights include singing Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night’s Dream for the Adelaide Festival and soloist with the Australian String Quartet in their Margaret River Festival. In 2022, Fiona returns to West Australian Symphony Orchestra and Queensland Symphony Orchestra, and appears as Laura (Iolanta) and Flora (La Traviata) for West Australian Opera
Fiona was appointed Artistic Director for the Government House Foundation and is currently the WA State Manager for Musica Viva. Most recently Fiona has become a founding member of the exciting new vocal quartet with Katie Noonan in the Australian Vocal Ensemble AVÉ.