With a voice described as "soaring" and "supernal," Peter Campbell has been performing for over thirty years. From cabaret appearances with fellow young performers from the worlds of theater, film and television, Peter went on to work in commercial jingles and to cabaret performances from New York to New England and the Midwest. He has performed throughout Toronto and has released three recordings since relocating to Canada from his native New York City in 2012.
His 2017 release, Loving You: Celebrating Shirley Horn, has received critical acclaim both in Canada and internationally. The album garnered inclusion on several lists of the top jazz recordings of 2017 and was nominated for a 2018 Independent Music Award as Jazz Vocal Album of the year. 2020 commenced with the release of Old Flames Never Die, Peter's contemporary take on the traditional jazz/cabaret torch album. The recording was released to stellar reviews and received an "Editor's Feature" in the June 2020 issue of JazzTimes magazine.
Peter holds a B.A. in Art History from McGill University, Montreal, Canada and an M.A. in the History of Design and Curatorial Studies from Parsons The New School for Design and Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. He had the good fortune to study voice for many years with Joyce McLean of the Juilliard School.