Callie Denbigh

Mezzo-soprano Callie Denbigh was a 2014-2015 Opera Works Artist at English National Opera in London and is thrilled to be returning to Da Camera for the 2017-2018 season as a fellow in the Young Artist Program. Described in the Huddersfield Examiner (UK) as having “a very wide range and bags of technique,” Ms. Denbigh’s performance experience spans the United States and Europe.

Ms. Denbigh graduated with a Master of Music degree in vocal performance from Manhattan School of Music and a Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance from Southern Methodist University.  A native of Houston, Texas, she began her operatic training in the Houston Grand Opera High School Voice Studio.

Alongside a busy concert and recital calendar, she has sung in productions with Houston Grand Opera, Opera Danube in London, Longborough Festival Opera in the Cotswolds (UK), Opera Project (UK) and Co-Opera Co in London.  Her operatic roles have included Octavian, Annio, Ruggiero and Second Lady in scenes with English National Opera’s Opera Works Studio; Dido with Thrapston Plaza Opera (UK); Angelina (cover) in Cenerentola with Woodhouse Opera Festival (UK); Fox in The Cunning Little Vixen with Co-Opera Co in London; Mercedes in Carmen; the Witch in Into the Woods;  Constance Partlett in The Sorcerer; Sally in A Hand of Bridge and in scenes as Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro; Zerlina in Don Giovanni and Dorabella in Cosi fan tutte.

Ms. Denbigh has been involved in music education and community outreach programs in conjunction with Houston Grand Opera, English National Opera, Northampton Music and Performing Arts Trust, the Northampton Male Voice Choir and Stowe School in the United Kingdom. She currently teaches at St. Francis Episcopal School in Houston.