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Maria Campbell is an interdisciplinary artist, performer, and instructor. She weaves together her professional practices in voice, movement, and contemporary art to help others develop a deeper understanding of the voice as a powerful instrument for self-exploration, effective communication, and artistic expression.
Maria completed a Master of Music (MMUS) in Performance at the University of Auckland where she was awarded First Class Honours. In New Zealand she performed the role of Nancy in the Opera Factory production of Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring. She has attended both the Accademia Europea Dell'Opera in Lucca, Italy, and the Canadian Operatic Arts Academy in London, Ontario. She is a classically trained mezzo-soprano who also sings soul, pop, folk and musical theatre. She was praised for her “gorgeous soprano (voice), compelling stage presence and detailed dramatic skills…” in Neptune Theatre’s production of Stan Rogers: A Matter of Heart. Other theatre credits include Robyn Hood: This Tale's Even Fairlier [Confederation Centre of the Arts (CCOA)], Aladdin: Another Fairly Tall Tale (CCOA), Harvest Moon Rising (The Guild), Anne and Gilbert (Harbourfront Theatre/Victoria Playhouse).
Maria is a contemporary artist who uses spoken word, spray paint, installation, and movement to explore, challenge and express through her lens. Her work has been displayed at The Confederation Centre of the Arts Art Gallery, Westland Gallery in London, Ontario, Fine & Dandy Gallery in Toronto, Art in the Open festival, and The Gallery @ The Guild in Prince Edward Island. In collaboration with Patricia Bourque, the two received a PEI Arts Grant for their awareness raising street art campaign, “SHE IS”.
Maria is in her tenth year as a nationally recognized certified personal trainer (CPT) and movement instructor. She has worked as movement director for award-winning music videos working with bodies in safe and innovative ways.
Maria was voted Fusion Charlottetown’s 2017 Influencer of the Year for her contribution to her community. She has served on the board of directors for arts organizations, The Guild, The Prince Edward Island Council of the Arts, and Ars Longa.