Camilla began her career in artist management shortly after graduating from the University of Cambridge with an MA Hons. (Cantab) in Music.
After a spell working for choirs and ensembles, including The Tallis Scholars, I Fagiolini and Alamire, Camilla joined the Vocal Department of Hazard Chase, where she worked until May 2015, when she moved to London to work at Askonas Holt Limited.
After four years working as Artist Manager to over 27 international opera and concert singers, Camilla returned to Hazard Chase as Associate Director of the Vocal Department, with the remit of mapping out its future.
In establishing Camilla Wehmeyer Management, Camilla brings together colleagues, artists and experiences from the past decade, to form a new agency dedicated to some of the world’s finest vocal talent.
Mary gained a first-class honours degree in French and Social Administration from the University of Surrey and spent her early career as an MEP’s assistant in the European Parliament in Brussels.
She is a keen amateur choral singer, and her love of classical music led her to join Askonas Holt in 2003, where she spent fifteen very happy years, initially as Personal Assistant to joint-Chief Executive, Robert Rattray, and later as Assistant Artist Manager in the vocal department, working latterly alongside Camilla Wehmeyer.
Mary left Askonas Holt in 2018 to devote more time to her two young children, and she has since worked in classical artist management on a freelance basis.
She was delighted to be invited to join Camilla Wehmeyer Management at its inception in April 2020.
Evie graduated from the University of Leeds in 2015 gaining a Bachelor of Music (Hons), during which she completed a Year in Industry working with Manchester Camerata.
She began her artist management career in the Vocal Department at Intermusica, where she worked for 18 months. She joined Hazard Chase as an Assistant Artist Manager soon after, later becoming an Associate Manager working alongside Camilla Wehmeyer.
She has also held positions at the Cheltenham Music Festival, Liverpool Sound City, Underneath the Stars Folk Festival, Wilderness Festival and as marketing manager at ZOO venues at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Evie is a keen singer, having been a chorister at Pembroke College Chapel Choir in Cambridge. She enjoys Yoga and dance, is developing her skills in Russian language and has been vegan for four years.
John Osborn is a retired businessman and philanthropist, with particular interests in music.
He is a major supporter and former board member of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and has funded a number of posts and scholarships, including the Directorship of Music and a Fellowship in Medieval Studies at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, bursaries at King Edward's School Birmingham, and has supported the promotion of studies in Romanesque Art and Architecture through the British Archaeological Association.
John is also a supporter of a number of music groups, including the Instruments of Time and Truth and the Armonico Consort. Outside of music and education, John has supported St Michaels Hospice, Bartestree, and the Research Institute for the Care of the Elderly in Bath.
Camilla Wehmeyer Management is grateful to John Osborn for his generosity and encouragement.