Camryn Dewar

Broadway/Theatre Classical Indigenous Rock


Camryn Dewar, B. Mus, is a versatile vocalist acclaimed for her dynamic range across contemporary classical, opera, musical theatre, and jazz. She fervently advocates for modern and Indigenous composers, earning esteemed recognition through scholarships like the Modern Métis Woman Scholarship and the Association of Opera in Canada Fellowship.Camryn recently had her debut at Carnegie Hall in New York City performing in The Grapes of Wrath with MasterVoices.

Recent performances include: soloist at the Roots and Branches Virtuosi Concerts and the lead role cover for Josette LaGrande in Manitoba Opera's "Li Keur: Riel's Heart of the North," have been acclaimed. Her performance at the Living Music Concert at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights displayed her versatility and production skills, emphasizing her commitment to significant musical narratives.

A highlight of Camryn's  recent performances was her presentation of "Beneath the Azure Sky" at the Agassiz Chamber Music Festival with pianist Paul Williamson. Her operatic portfolio includes roles in "The Beautiful Bridegroom," "Suor Angelica," Rossini's "La Cenerentola," and "The Consul."  Camryn is currently working with Peak Performance in New Jeresy where she is covering the role of Nancy Smith in Blind Injustice working with Music Director Ted Sperling and apprenticing with Scott Davenport Richards.

Pursuing a Master of Music in Performance at Montclair State University under the guidance of Metropolitan Opera's Barbara Dever, Camryn is poised to make an enduring mark in the music world. Her site – a blend of vocal prowess and cultural richness – showcases her journey and contributions, embodying a unique narrative in today's diverse musical landscape. As she ascends in her career, Camryn Dewar is not just a name but a symbol of transformative artistry in music.


Camryn Dewar
11016E Sellars Hill Road Box 590 Stony Mountain MB Canada R0C3A
1 204 295 6536




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