Sian Cameron

Mezzo Soprano

 
 

Perhaps its most original moment came in ‘La ci darem la mano”, where Zerlina sent up her would-be seducer by playing a swooning ingenue, only getting genuinely perturbed at the end”

“ The confidence of Ian Beadle’s dark-toned Masetto made him more than a pushover for the sparky, vibrant Zerlina of Sian Cameron.”

Don Giovanni, London

Opera Magazine, January 2018



The “Ms Cameron slipped from one idiom to another with the attention of a skilled musician and the zest of a trouper.”

South Wales Argus


All of the cast were up to the considerable challenges set to them: mezzo-soprano Sian Cameron was a lively Olympia, with a sort of Alice in Wonderland-style curiosity, especially in her exchanges with the wise figure of the Medieval Cow, alto Angharad Lyddon.” 

The Sandman, Tete a Tete Festival.

Paul Kilby, Bachtrack


Emily Ward and Sian Cameron were exemplary in dovetailing their singing with strikingly characterised roles (the second time I've seen Cameron do this in as many months).”

La Cenerentola, London

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