Camille Zamora

In repertoire ranging from Mozart to tango, and in collaboration with artists ranging from Plácido Domingo to Sting, soprano Camille Zamora has been heralded for her “dignity and glowing sound” (The New York Times) in “luminous, transcendently lyrical” performances (Opera News) that “combine gentility and emotional fire” (Houston Chronicle). Highlights of Camille’s current season include performances at the US Capitol with Yo-Yo Ma; concerts of classic tangos with Fort Worth Symphony and Florida Orchestra; and five new operatic productions, including a tour de force double-bill of La Voix Humaine and I Pagliacci with Opera Columbus, and the principal soprano in Hindemith’s The Long Christmas Dinner with American Symphony Orchestra, the live recording of which was named one of Opera News‘ Best Albums of 2015. Other highlights include Twin Spirits: Clara & Robert Schumann with Sting at Lincoln Center; Mozart heroines with Boston Lyric Opera, Anchorage Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, and Virginia Opera; La Voix Humaine with Auckland Opera, Opera Columbus, Phoenicia Festival, and Bay Chamber; performances with Orchestra of St. Luke’s, London Symphony Orchestra, and Guadalajara Symphony; and live recital broadcasts on NPR, BBC Radio, Deutsche Radio, and Sirius XM. Hailed by NBC Latino and Congressional Hispanic Caucus as a leading interpreter of Spanish repertoire, she has performed and recorded principal roles in La Verbena de la Paloma, La Revoltosa, La Tabernera del Puerto, and Luisa Fernanda. The Co-Founder of the arts non-profit Sing for Hope and a regular contributor to The Huffington Post, Camille is a graduate of The Juilliard School.

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