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Cameron Mitchell is a graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and of the Royal Academy of Music. 

Although, Cameron started his musical career at the age of 7 at Carlisle Cathedral as a chorister leading to Head Chorister, he was involved in many choral organisations and festivals, participating in tours in many parts of Europe including, Budapest, Hungary, Stavanger, Norway and Brittany, France, performing solos on numerous occasions.

He performed his first, but not last, solo at the Royal Albert Hall at the age of 15, and has returned to perform there many times, often in association with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain (NYCGB). He was also an active member of a local musical theatre group, playing many lead roles including Jean Val Jean in Les Miserable.

 During his time at the Academy, Cameron has taken part in various Academy events, most recently taking part in a master class held by Allan Clayton, this was after performing as Tenor soloist in a concert lead by guest trombonist Jorgen Van Rijen in the David Josefowitz Hall.

In the Autumn of 2015, he joined Academy on a tour to New York and Leipzig under the direction of Masaaki Suzuki, performing various Bach Cantatas with members of the Juilliard School of Music in venues such as the Alice Tully Hall in New York and St Thomas Church in Leipzig. He has sung with the BBC Choirs for recordings on several occasions. 

While studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Cameron had the opportunity of performing roles such as Gerard in a filmed production of Philip Glass’ ‘Les Enfants Terrible’ whilst also working on 2 further operas: Humperdinck’s ‘Hansel und Gretel’ in January 2022 and Jonathan Dove’s ‘Flight’ in March 2022. 


Since leaving the Conservatoire in April of last year, Cameron has been involved with many productions and companies. Notable productions include Nevill Holt Opera’s 'La Boheme' and 'Il Barbiere di Siviglia'; the Gilbert and Sullivan National Company's Summer tour of ‘Pirates of Penzance’, ‘Iolanthe’ and ‘Utopia Limited’; and performing with Grange Park Opera on their new commissioned football opera in association with Sky Arts: 'Gods of the Game'. 

Earlier this year he performed the lead role of Eisenstein in Edinburgh Studio Opera’s production of ‘Die Fledermaus’ and then moving into the summer season has recently finished a production of Rossini’s ‘Cenerentola’  before taking on the role of Pinkerton in Opera Bohemia’s ‘Madame Butterfly’. 

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