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Opera Bohemia returns with John Leo Wilkie’s acclaimed chamber production of Puccini’s masterpiece, Madama Butterfly. A star cast is led by Scottish soprano Catriona Clark, a favourite with Opera Bohemia audiences and already highly acclaimed in the role of Cio-Cio-San. Other cast members include former Scottish Opera Emerging Artist Louise Collett, Alexander Gibson Opera School graduates Cameron Mitchell and Seumas Begg, and American baritone Whitaker Mills, who recently made his Metropolitan Opera debut. This tale of love, sacrifice and heartbreak promises to be a memorable night for opera lovers and newcomers alike. 




Adelaide, Ludvig Van BeethovenCameron Mitchell
Una Furtiva Lagrima, Gaetano DonizaettiCameron Mitchell
Che Gelida Manina, Giacomo Puccini.Cameron Mitchell

Rossini’s La Cenerentola

Rossini’s La Cenerentola is a comic retelling of the Cinderella story. Angelina is forced to serve in her own home to her stepfather Don Magnifico and stepsisters until everything changes upon the arrival of the prince Don Ramiro in search of a wife.

Handel's Messiah, Wigton Choral Society, December 2019.

"The four soloists were well chosen for the work. Cameron Mitchell’s Airs and Recitatives were beautifully sung. His opening section “Comfort Ye My People” set the standard for the rest of the evening, lyrical and effortless."

Full review linked here

Handel's Messiah, Wigton Choral Society, December 2019.

Cavalleria Rusticana 2020:

Edinburgh Studio Opera.


"Tenor Cameron Mitchell made a convincing Turiddu, singing with youthful brightness and having a clear rapport with the audience" 

 Full review linked here (The Edinburgh Reporter)

More reviews:

All Edinburgh Theatre

Opera Scotland

'The Drinking Song' More images to found in the Gallery. Credit to Sartorial Pictures.

'The Drinking Song' More images to found in the Gallery. Credit to Sartorial Pictures.

"Student Cameron Mitchell has been described as “the finest young singing musician” by a professor of 30 years experience at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where the 19-year-old from Thurstonfield near Carlisle is on a vocal studies degree course.

But, while focusing on traditional on choral and operatic work for his studies, Cameron could not turn down the opportunity to sing with the Australian pop star recently."

Full article linked here

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