Originally born in Yorkshire, Kamilla later emigrated to New Zealand to return to the UK aged 18.
Kamilla recently graduated from the Royal College of Music International Opera School. Previous studies include a Bachelor of Music (Honours) at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and a Masters in Performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Kamilla is currently studying with Claire Rutter.
This summer Kamilla is covering Zwiete Dame in Glyndebourne Festival Opera's production of Die Zauberflöte (Mozart).
Kamilla will also be covering Eurydice Woman, one of the lead roles in English National Opera's production of Birtwistle's opera The Mask of Orpheus during October-November this year.
On October 13th 2019, Kamilla makes her Wagnerian role debut as Flosshilde in a concert performance of Das Rheingold at the Birmingham Symphony Hall with the Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Michael Lloyd.
Kamilla recently sang the lead role Fanny Price in Opera South's production of Mansfield Park (Jonathan Dove).
In 2017 Kamilla was a Alvarez Young Artist and covered the role of Zaida in Garsington Opera’s production of Il turco in Italia (Rossini)
November 2018, Kamilla was selected as a finalist with pianist Joe Howson for the Maureen Lehane Singing Competition at Wigmore Hall.
The summer of 2016 Kamilla was a part of the Opera Centre at the Aspen Music Festival & School (USA) under a prestigious Polonsky Fellowship.
Kamilla is also a Samling Artist (2014), Wagner Stipendien (Bayreuth, 2015) and a Young Alvarez Artist (2017).
Roles include Naomi (Ruth)- Pegasus Opera, Faramondo (Faramondo) with the London Handel Festival, Ramiro (La finta giardiniera)- International Opera School of the Royal College of Music, Hänsel (Hänsel und Gretel)- IOSRCM, Ariodante (Ariodante)-LHF, Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus)- IOSRCM, Dorabella (Così fan tutte)- Clonter Opera, Ninetta (cover) (The Little Green Swallow)- British Youth Opera and Julia Grant (Appomattox)- Leeds Youth Opera.
Kamilla was selected from a number of conservatories as a soloist to perform Vaughan Williams' Serenade to Music with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra at the Birmingham Symphony Hall, which was broadcasted live by BBC Radio 3.
Other engagements include performances with the English Chamber Orchestra and the Coldstream Guards.
Kamilla is an ABRSM Scholar and kindly supported by a Help Musician’s Tutton Opera Award and the Josephine Baker Trust.