Veronica Veysey Campbell is a Professor of Vocal Studies at the Royal College of Music where she also lectures on Principles of Teaching Singing. Veronica is also the vocal coach to the Choristers of St. Paul’s Cathedral; teaches teenagers at the Royal College of Music Junior Department and the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain; students from many leading universities, including Oxford and Cambridge and both professional and amateur singers.
In 2008 Veronica co-founded the vocal course at ‘MusicFest’ with John Flinders. This has now developed into a singing course and separate course in Vocal Pedagogy.
Veronica regularly gives masterclasses, talks and lectures and has presented at voice conferences. She has been a teaching mentor for the AOTOS Teacher Training Course and has served as a Director of the British Voice Association.
In collaboration with Liza Hobbs, Veronica has compiled and edited two books of songs. Their new song collection for older singers “Everlasting Voices”, was published by Peters Edition in 2016. This follows “Changing Voices” a groundbreaking book of songs for teenage boys, which she also compiled and edited with Liza Hobbs.
Veronica studied at Trinity College of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama winning many prizes at both institutions. She was a finalist in the Kathleen Ferrier Memorial Scholarship Competition and was awarded the Worshipful Company of Musicians’ Medal. She continued her studies with scholarships to study at the “l’Académie Maurice Ravel” with Gérard Souzay and at the Britten Pears School. As a soloist she gave many recitals, oratorio and concert performances in venues such as Wigmore Hall and Snape Maltings and made appearances on television and radio.