LeeAnne Campos


LeeAnne Campos - Senior Lecturer

Office Hours: (On Campus) Mon - Fri: By Appointment

  • Professional
  • Biography


  • B.M., Vocal Performance, Pacific Lutheran University, 1981


Applied Voice Lessons


LeeAnne Campos began her music career at the age of seven in Munich, Germany, playing the role of a Siamese boy in a professional production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I.

A past regional finalist in the Metropolitan Opera Council Auditions and the San Francisco Merola Opera Program Auditions, her repertoire includes many roles. In 1983 she won an apprenticeship with the Lyric Opera Center for American Artists and was an active participant in the Chicago opera community. She was a member of both the Chicago Lyric Opera Chorus and the Chicago Symphony Chorus under the direction of Margaret Hillis, and a recipient of the Margaret Hillis Fellowship.

In 1992 she made her debut with Tacoma Opera as Pamina in The Magic Flute. She has been a guest soloist with Symphony Tacoma and the Bremerton Symphony Orchestra, among others.

In the fall of 2001 Ms. Campos founded Lyrica, Ladies Choral Ensemble of Puget Sound. She served as cantor and music director at St. Gabriel Catholic Church in Port Orchard for twenty-nine years. She has been the director of the Bremerton Symphony Chorale since September 2004 and currently sings with Symphony Tacoma Voices. She is a 1981 graduate of Pacific Lutheran University and is a former member of the highly regarded Choir of the West under Dr. Maurice Skones. She has been a member of the voice faculty at Pacific Lutheran University since 1992 and is active as an adjudicator for regional and state vocal competitions throughout the Northwest.