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Sally Cameron

Singer | Vocal Coach & Adjudicator | Radio Presenter

After thousands of performances at events ranging from exclusive private functions through to world-class concert halls, Sally's voice has taken her from the Sydney Opera House to venues in Finland, Germany, Sweden, New York, Copenhagen, Seoul, Vancouver, Doha and Tokyo (to name a few).

Sally Cameron

She has performed alongside Barry Humphries (AKA Dame Edna Everage), Katie Noonan, Tina Arena, Guy Sebastian, Kate Ceberano, James Morrison, Marina Prior, Gordon Goodwin, Emma Pask, Teddy Tahu-Rhodes, The Manhattan Transfer, David Campbell and with the Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide & Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras. 

For the 10 years Sally was a member of Australia's premier professional a cappella group, The Idea of North (TION), she recorded seven albums, four of which received an ARIA nomination and two that won the ARIA for Best Jazz Album. 

Sally captivates audiences with her sweet tone, incredible accuracy and emotional subtlety. A four octave vocal range, great comedic timing and an approachable demeanour ensures a lively and entertaining interaction with her audiences of all ages.

Years of classical and jazz vocal training whilst studying various musical instruments has shaped her into a versatile musician and vocal educator. Her solid involvement in the Australian music industry is testament to her wide-ranging experience in ensembles spanning from choirs to rock bands and everything in between.

Sally’s latest album is - Always Christmas.

What critics are saying

"Strong, soaring soprano...Cameron has a pure tone, which sails out of her, to the ceiling" - Lloyd Bradford, Australian Stage.


"When Sally hits THOSE notes in THAT space, well, these sounds make for tingles down the spine, simply perfect" - Charissa McLuskey-Garcia.


"Simply gorgeous singing from soprano Sally Cameron" - Kathy Day.

"Cameron’s ditzy diva jokes (frequently ending in innuendoes)...broke down any barrier that might have dared appear between such formidable talent and its spectators" - Popcorn.