Upcoming and Recent Performances

  • February 16, 2013: Soloist, Monteverdi Workshop, Victoria Philharmonic Choir
  • October 2012: Soloist, Handel's Israel in Egypt, Victoria Philharmonic Choir
  • Thursday June 21, 2012 Hudson Centennial Choir presents: 100 Years of Song

The CD is ready! The Hudson Centennial Choir's CD will be available June 21, 2012 at the Hudson Centennial Celebration. Twenty songs are on the CD, covering 1912 to 2012. The children have worked incredibly hard. Listen to these samples: Let it Snow, Carolina in the Morning, Imagine and Clocks. All are welcome. Come listen and enjoy the celebration.

Children's voices in Modern Music. Catherine was asked last summer to sample children's voices for Ryan Stinson. A select group of the Hudson Choir were chosen. Check out the ethereal sound here: FUTURA. Partial proceeds of download fees go to the Hudson Elementary Choir.

Catherine leads choirs at Henry Hudson Elementary, Trafalgar Elementary and Queen Elizabeth Annex.

Catherine is also a choral director at the Vancouver Bach Children's Chorus.

Ms. Catherine Campolin has been heard by audiences across Canada. She has worked with Opera In Concert in Toronto as well as Toronto Opera Repertoire. She has been heard in Dawson Creek, B.C. with the Dawson Creek Symphonette. She has sung in the NUOVA program in Edmonton and had performed as a recital artist and as an operatic soprano in Victoria, B.C.

At home in Vancouver, Catherine Campolin debuted and recorded the role of The Woman in Modern Baroque Opera's production of Powers of Two by local composer Barry Truax. She has also worked with members of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and has been seen in numerous productions with the Vancouver Academy of Music Opera Studio. Some of her performed roles include: Olympia in The Tales of Hoffmann, Amelia in Amelia Goes to the Ball, Countess Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro, Violetta in La Traviata and Lucia in Lucia di Lammermoor.

Catherine Campolin sang in several concerts for the Victoria Conservatory of Music, she also participated in Vancouver Opera's productions of Turandot and Macbeth. Catherine Campolin was very happy to make her debut with Burnaby Lyric Opera in their production of The Merry Widow.