Christiana Serafin de Ocampo received her Bachelors of Music from the New England Conservatory in Boston (USA) under scholarship. She completed further studies at the Salzburg Mozarteum and in Vienna where she is currently based.
Her wide Repertoire span lyric roles such as Cleopatra, Pamina, Mimi to Spinto roles such as Tosca, Madama Butterfly and La Traviata. Orchestral pieces such as the Verdi Requiem, Britten War Requiem, Wagner Wesendoncklieder, Mahler Rückert Lieder Ravel Shéhèrazade, and Knoxville Summer of 1915 belong to her Repertoire. De Ocampo is also well known for her Lieder interpretations.
De Ocampo has performed in Opera-, Oratorio- und Concerts in the following cities: New York, Boston, Washington DC (Kennedy Center, Corcoran Gallery, National Cathedral, Smithsonian Gallery), Manila (Cultural Center Philippines), Madrid, Barcelona, Vicenza, Rome, Prague, Lubjana, Hamburg, Zürich, Salzburg, Krakau, Lodz, Vienna, Thüringen, and Berlin.
Her teachers include Nelly Miricioiu (Covent Garden), KS Margarita Lilova and Wessela Zlateva (Musik Universität, Vienna), Evelyn Mandac (Metropolitan Opera) and the legendary Magda Olivero. She has often collaborated with her mentor, Norman Shetler.
She recently performed Samuel Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915 with the Jenaer Philharmonie under the baton of Marc Tardue to rave reviews.
These days De campo is located in Paris and is part of the voice faculty of the Conservatoire International de Musique, Paris.