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Camilla enjoys a varied freelance career and has performed with many of the UK’s leading orchestras including the London Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, to name but a few. With the LSO she has toured with Sir Simon Rattle, performed at the BBC Proms, and recorded the soundtrack for the Oscar-winning film The Shape of Water. Camilla has also performed under the baton of many other eminent conductors including Vladimir Ashkenazy, Semyon Bychkov, and Marin Alsop.


In addition to her orchestral work, Camilla regularly enjoys performing solo and chamber recitals. Most recently she has performed as a soloist at the Royal Festival Hall, St Martin in The Fields, Cadogan Hall, and at the Royal Concertgebouw Recital Hall, Amsterdam. Camilla regularly performs a diverse range of repertoire with the Levanto Ensemble, whom were finalists in the Royal Overseas League Ensembles Prize 2021 and semi-finalist in the St MArtin's Chamber Prize 2020. Solo competition successes include winning the Woodwind Prize and the Flute Prize at the Royal College of Music in 2016, as well as the Piccolo Prize at the Royal Academy of Music in 2017. She was also a finalist in the Yamaha Music Europe Competition.


Camilla recently graduated with Distinction from the Royal Academy of Music where she studied with Michael Cox and Karen Jones. Upon graduating she was awarded the DipRAM for Outstanding Final Recital, the Helen Read Prize for achievement, and was appointed as the Regent Fellow. Camilla previously completed her Bachelor of Music degree at the Royal College of Music. She was a scholar at both institutions and was kindly supported in her studies by the Henry Wood Trust, The Tillett Trust, and The Clemence Charitable Trust.


Camilla has also undertaken further training with the LSO Academy 2016, Philharmonia Orchestra Fellowship 2018, Britten Pears Orchestra 2018, Aurora Academy Symphony Orchestra, Stockholm, 2017.


Passionate about music education, Camilla teaches at Kings College London, as well as private pupils around London. She has also given masterclasses and workshops for younger pupils wishing to attend a Music Conservatoire. As part of the Regent Fellowship, Camilla has taken classes for all woodwind students at the Royal Academy of Music.

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