Review

The Ithaca Times

“Soprano Camille Zamora sang a fine account of a somewhat hard-edged Despina, the sisters’ teen-age maid. Both her first and second act aria were very well performed, especially “Una donna a quindici anni” in which she amusingly imparted the experience of her youth to her naïve elders. And in both disguises, first as a quack doctor summoned to revive the poisoned men with magnets, then as a notary called to “wed” the re-matched couples in mongrel Latin, she was entirely credible in both appearance and manner.”

– Stephen Landesman (Cosi fan tutte, Glimmerglass Opera)

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