Jamaican-American Soprano and Land O Lakes, Florida native Aisha Campbell is a noted opera singer and recitalist both here in America and abroad. She has performed on stages from France to the Czech Republic, and most recently in San Francisco, where she sang the role of Cousin Blanche in Terence Blanchard’s Champion: An Opera in Jazz with Opera Parallèle.
Ms. Campbell’s operatic performance highlights include Despina (Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte), Papagena (Mozart’s The Magic Flute), Antonia (Offenbach’s Tales of Hoffmann), and Mimi (Puccini’s La Boheme).
In addition to opera, Aisha is a passionate collaborator and recitalist. In 2015, she collaborated with the composer Matthew Owens on his upcoming project The City of St. Francis, an opera about the city of San Francisco. As a recitalist, she has performed throughout America and Europe. With the Franco-American Vocal Academy, she performed the works of Poulenc and Fauré throughout the Limoges region of France. In 2010, she participated in Ameropa, a Chamber Music Festival, where she collaborated with musicians from all over the globe in historical venues in Prague, Czech Republic. While studying in Prague, she performed the works of Claude Debussy, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Margaret Garwood, and Amy Beach.
Ms. Campbell completed her Bachelor of Music in 2012 at Florida State University, under the tutelage of David Okerlund. She continued her musical education at San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where she received her Master of Music degree in 2014, under the tutelage of Catherine Cook.