Sarasota Herald Tribune
“Camille Zamora wielded her vocal gifts and technique like a brilliant torch, bringing light and magic to everything she sang… In a set of Spanish-inspired songs by French composers Zamora was given ample opportunity to display her technical strength and musical artistry, from alluring in Massenet’s “Nuit d’Espagne” and Bizet’s “Adieux de l’hôtesse arabe,” to stunning control in a Habanera-styled “Vocalise” by Maurice Ravel. Well-controlled trills, ornaments and dramatic dynamic range had her painting at will with the colors of her voice. Zamora’s communication is the entire package from the voice, the language, and the body to the arresting eyes and finally, the megawatt smile. It’s hard to say who had more fun, the audience which was in obvious thrall, or Zamora who relished the music and the response to it.”

– Gayle Williams (Sarasota Artists Series Concert; Lydia Brown, pianist)