Camilla is an enthusiastic orchestral musician and has performed with the Philharmonia Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, English National Opera, and Royal Northern Sinfonia. With the LSO, she recorded the soundtrack for the award-winning film The Shape of Water, which won an Oscar for the Best Original Score.
Camilla recently graduated with Distinction from the Royal Academy of Music, where she was a scholar. Upon graduating, she was awarded a DipRAM for Outstanding Final recital, the Regent Fellowship, and the Tebbutt Exhibition Award for achievement. During her studies, Camilla performed as principal flute under the baton of Semyon Bychov and Yan Pascal Tortelier, receiving commendatory reviews for her performance in Mahler’s 9th Symphony. Camilla currently holds the June Allison Woodwind Fellowship with the Philharmonia Orchestra, which includes mentoring from the flute section. She will have further performances with the Philharmonia Orchestra this year.
As a soloist, Camilla regularly enjoys performing recitals and in competitions; Concerto and recital performances have included appearances at venues including Cadogan Hall, St. Martin in the Fields, and the Royal Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. She recently she won the Woodwind Prize and Flute Prize at the Royal College of Music, the Piccolo Prize at the R.A.M, and was a finalist in the Yamaha Music Europe Competition. Camilla’s chamber group, the Njord Trio, perform regularly around London and the UK, at venues including The Royal Albert Hall Elgar Room and the Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibition.
Camilla is generously supported by the The Clemence Charitable Trust.
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