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Camryn Dewar

Camryn Dewar
Camryn Dewar
Stony Mountain
Camryn Dewar
Camryn Dewar, B. Mus, is a versatile vocalist acclaimed for her dynamic range across contemporary classical, opera, musical theatre, and jazz genres. She passionately champions the works of modern and Indigenous composers. Her commitment to uplifting Indigenous voices earned her prestigious scholarships and recognition, including the Modern Métis Woman Scholarship and the Association of Opera in Canada Fellowship.

Camryn's performances, such as the Living Music Concert at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, highlight her exceptional artistry as both a performer and producer. Currently pursuing a Master of Music (Performance) degree at Montclair State University under Metropolitan Opera’s Barbara Dever, she previously completed her Bachelor of Music (Vocal Performance) at the University of Manitoba with Mel Braun.

Her operatic repertoire includes memorable roles in productions like "The Beautiful Bridegroom" with the MSU Chamber Opera Ensemble and "Suor Angelica" with Bel Canto in Tuscany. Recently she covered the lead role of Josette in Manitoba Opera’s Production- Li Keur: Riel's Heart of the North, the first indigenous led opera on a North American main stage. Camryn continues to captivate audiences with her dedication to diverse musical expressions and unwavering commitment to her Métis heritage.
Artist, Singer, Touring musician
Artist, Instrumentalist, Performer, Singer
  • Guitar
  • Keyboards
  • Piano
  • Saxophone
  • Vocalist
Classical, Folk, Indie Rock, Pop
Board Member, Strategic Committee, Consultant