In collaboration with artists ranging from Plácido Domingo to Sting, opera singer Camille Zamora has garnered acclaim for her “dramatic and nuanced” (The New York Times) interpretations of repertoire ranging from Mozart to tango. She is known for her “dignity and glowing sound” (The New York Times) in “luminous, transcendently lyrical” performances (Opera News) that “combine gentility and emotional fire” (The Houston Chronicle). Recent seasons have featured performances with Yo-Yo Ma at the US Capitol, her Kennedy Center recital debut, and seven new operatic roles, including the tour de force double-bill of La voix humaine and I Pagliacci, which was cited as “Favorite Performance of the Year” by The Columbus Dispatch.
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