Veronica Veysey Campbell is a vocal professor at the Royal College of Music, where she also teaches the Principles of Teaching Singing course. Her wide-ranging experience has included teaching and coaching choral scholars at the University of Cambridge. Veronica was singing teacher to the Choristers of St Paul’s Cathedral and also taught for the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain and at the RCM Junior Department. Her busy private studio includes young and established professional singers. Many of her students have won prizes and awards, and are singing professionally with solo engagements in leading venues.
Veronica, together with John Flinders, devised the Musicfest Vocal Course which has run and developed over the past eleven years. She has given numerous masterclasses, talks and lectures and has presented at a number of voice conferences.
Veronica, together with Liza Hobbs, compiled and edited two song collections for Edition Peters. The first, Changing Voices, is a ground breaking volume of songs designed especially for teenage boys, and the second, Everlasting Voices, is a collection for the older singer.
Veronica studied at Trinity College of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama winning 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 at L’Académie Maurice Ravel and at the Britten Pears School, and her performances focused on recitals, oratorio and concerts where she performed in leading venues and on television and radio.