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After living and working in London and Hertfordshire for many years, I have now relocated to Hull and am very excited about establishing myself as an educator, animateur and performer in Hull, East Yorkshire and the wider Humber region.

Camille Maalawy awarded Opera North Resonance Residency
Six lead artists have been announced for the return of Opera North’s Resonance residencies over the coming months, developing new ideas in workshops and work in progress performances in Leeds, with the support of PRS Foundation. See Press Section for more details

Vocal Recital of music by Julian Dawes, 1st March 2020, 1901 Arts Club, London
Recital of Julian’s vocal music, accompanied by Jonathan Fisher, Piano, and Verity Evanson, ‘Cello.

Royal Opera House Create & Sing Project
Delivering CPD workshops across the UK for teachers and musicians to introduce the Carmen and Hansel and Gretel education projects in their own settings.

The Voice of Egypt – Real Music Academy with Guy Schalom,
11-12 October 2019, Benslow Music, Hitchin
Sessions to introduce using the voice in a healthy way, and the different genres of Arabic song, working with musicians and dancers. 

Camille Maalawy performs in Silk Moth at Grimeborn 2019 from 9-11 August 2019 at London’s Arcola Theatre. More information and tickets

Voices Foundation
Working as a vocal practitioner in schools in Grimsby, Bradford and Hull as part of a significant Voices Foundation project in partnership with the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation to support and evaluate the impact of singing within school settings.

Snappy Operas Project (Mahogany Opera)
Working as a musical director for the Nottingham strand of the Arts Council England funded Snappy Operas Project, based in three schools in Bulwell, creating performances of five specially commissioned operas. Performances will take place at the Nottingham Playhouse on 1st July 2019.

“The Big Malarkey”
An outdoor literary festival taking place in East Park 29-30 June 2019. Created initially for Hull’s City of Culture in 2017, this now annual celebration of all things literary is a must see event. Exploring and teaching songs from around the world with Hull’s Freedom Chorus, which will enable me to create and devise content for a family workshop taking place on Sunday 29th June, followed by a performance of the Freedom Chorus.

ABCD Bethlehem Concert – York, 27th September 2019
An evening of opera and music theatre raising money for “Action around Bethlehem Children with Disability”