Ross Campbell

ARCM, Dip RCM (Perf)

Musical Theatre - Singing Teacher

Travels the world as a lecturer and teacher in vocal technique

Specialist in musical theatre with a background in classical opera and song

Ross is a graduate of the Royal College of Music in London and completed his studies on a scholarship to the Mozarteum in Salzburg. He won several awards whilst at the RCM and went on to sing in opera, oratorio and as a concert artist throughout the UK, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Japan and South East Asia.

He was also invited to create a number of roles in world premieres, particularly the Role of Saul/Paul in The Promise at London’s Southbank Centre in 1997.

Ross was a founder member of The Kensington Consort and had a long association with the BBC, regularly singing on live radio broadcasts. He has recorded for Radio France as well as BBC TV.

He teaches Singing in the Musical Theatre department at the Royal Academy of Music and was Head of Singing and Music at Guildford School of Acting at the University of Surrey until December 2011. Ross has students appearing in all West End Musicals and UK and International Tours on a continuous basis.

His reputation and passion in sharing his own experience and research in professionally developing singing teachers and performers in musical theatre and commercial styles, often from classical backgrounds, has taken him to Beijing, Hong Kong, Macau, Oslo, Zurich, Krakow, Dublin, Cork, Belfast and numerous cities throughout the UK.

Ross created Musical Theatre Ireland (MTI) in 2012. Based in Cork, it offers specialist Musical Theatre training in singing, dance, acting and voice.

Ross was invited to become a Consultant to Musical Theatre Poland (MTP) in 2013, based in Krakow. He travels to Poland regularly to conduct specialist singing training, workshops and masterclasses for MTP.


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