The Soul of Tango…

The Soul of Tango concerts with Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

“The orchestra blazed and glided through a generous slate of tangos with the help of a quartet of impossibly limber dancers and a golden-throated soprano… Camille Zamora was there to remind us that many of these tangos have words as well as steps. Singing exclusively in Spanish, she sank deeply into every song and filled with the gap between the dancers and the orchestra with effortless elan. And she and (conductor Jeff) Tyzik did a super job of introducing and explaining the music without being too chatty or disrupting the flow of the concert.”
– Punch Shaw, The Star Telegram

“Camille Zamora is an extraordinary singer. She has interesting things to say about what she’s performing, and her strong voice and stage presence that make it clear why she has been successful in everything from Monteverdi’s Poppea to Strauss’ Daphne. Friday evening, she was able to take full command, as in Guarder’s Volver, or recede in importance a little, as in Piazzola’s Vuelvo al Sur… pure poetry…”
– Andrew Anderson, Theater Jones