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Campbell McLeod

Campbell is a native of Richmond and an alumnist of the RYCB. During his time at R.C. Palmer Secondary ('97-'02), Campbell was a member of the RYCB where he played Tuba in the Concert Band and Baritone Sax and Bass Trombone in the Jazz Band. After graduating from Palmer, Campbell continued his instrumental studies at Kwantlen University College on Tuba. In his second year at Kwantlen, Campbell switched majors from Tuba to Voice Performance and continued with his studies in Voice at the University of British Columbia in their Opera Program. During his time at UBC, and after his graduation in 2010, Campbell has performed across Canada and Europe operatically, as well as occasionally playing Tuba with the Fraser Valley Wind Ensemble. (Formerly the Kwantlen Alumni Symphonic Wind Ensemble)

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