CAMILLA KERSLAKE

Camilla Kerslake is a BRIT Award-nominated classical crossover singer, and was the first artist signed to Gary Barlow’s record label Future Records in  2009.

After releasing her debut album in 2009 (and being nominated for a BRIT Award the subsequent year), Camilla went on sing the national anthem at Wembley before the League Cup final, as well as performing before the Challenge Cup final the same year. She has also performed for the Queen at the Epsom Derby, as well as singing at multiple charity events at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.

After appearing in various productions in the West End, Camilla released her sophomore album in 2011 to critical acclaim. The following year, she performed two sold-out shows at the O2 Arena with acclaimed operatic singer Andrea Bocelli.

Camilla is a proud ambassador for The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and Breast Cancer Campaign, and has dedicated much of her time to these causes. In 2013 she formed a choir of breast cancer survivors, recording a rendition of ‘You Raise Me Up’ and dedicating all proceeds to Breast Cancer Campaign.

Alongside recent work as a producer, Camilla recently appeared on an episode of Celebrity Mastermind in January 2019.

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