Camilla Kerslake is a BRIT nominated English opera singer, who was the first signing to Gary Barlow’s Universal label, Future Records. She has gone on to receive international acclaim as a bestselling soprano, performing in arenas and stadiums all over the world. A regular voice seen and heard on TV and print media, she also provided her vocals to an Oscar and BAFTA nominated motion picture as well as being the NFL’s (National Football League) anthem singer during their London games.
Camilla has released two studio albums with Universal, her self-titled debut followed by ‘Moments’. Alongside her recordings Camilla has toured extensively, including with classical superstar Andrea Bocelli and the internationally acclaimed II Divo. She also enjoyed a run on the West End as Cosette in the 25th anniversary of Les Misérables.
She has given numerous performances at sporting events across the UK, including at Twickenham, Wembley, Old Trafford and the Millennium stadiums. In addition to these Camilla has also had the great honour of performing in the presence of Her late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, King Charles III and the Royal Family at Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, The Houses of Parliament and the Royal Albert Hall.
Camilla completed an Advanced Opera Diploma at Associated Studios in 2018/19, the National Opera Studio short course in 2019, a Diploma and Higher Diploma in Vocal Studies at the Academy of Contemporary Music, the Melofonetica Summer School in 2019 and an intensive Acing Course with Dee Cannon at RADA.
Her recent operatic experience includes scenes as Norma at Morley Opera School, Shaunie ‘Bread and Circuses’ and Soprano ‘Life from Light’ at the Tête à Tête Festival, Donna Anna ‘Don Giovanni’ and Violetta ‘La Traviata’ at the Arte Lirica Festival, Manon ‘Manon Lescaut’, Iphigenie ‘Iphigenie en Tauride’, Angelica ‘Orlando’, Suzel ‘L’amico Fritz’ and Leila ‘Les pêcheurs de perles’ at Associated Studios.
Camilla currently studies with Raymond Connell and also works with Anthony Legge. She has taken masterclasses and coaching with David Gowland, David Sulkin, Sophie Daneman, Jeremy Silver, Matteo Dalle Fratte and Elizabeth Rowe. She took part in Matthew Rose’s Scuola di belcanto last year. She will spend the 2023/24 season as an Associate Artist at English National Opera, which will include her covering and singing Queen of the Night in ‘The Magic Flute’. Later this year she will be the guest soloist at the City of London Choir’s Christmas concert at Cadogan Hall.
She lives with her husband, England and Harlequins rugby star, Chris Robshaw, their toddler son, Wilding, and their dog Rico, in Surrey. Together they have founded the Kerslake Robshaw Foundation which supports promising young people from less privileged backgrounds to further their education and career, through music and sport.