Review

The Houston Press
“Camille Zamora’s soprano is appealingly dark and agile, with heft behind it, and she’s a talented actress. Giulietta’s famous romanza, ‘0 quante volte’ (a take on “Romeo, wherefore art thou”) which begins over haunting harp and horn accompaniment, was rhapsodic. Her voice melded beautifully with Heltzel’s in their duets – with those patented Bellini harmonic thirds – and their Death Scene was terrifically evocative.”
– D. L. Groover (I Capuleti e i Montecchi, Opera in the Heights)