Reviews

  • Review

    Opera News
    "As the couple in charge, Camille Zamora’s bossy Despina stood up to every assignment from Sanford Sylvan… As an ensemble, this sextet walked the tightrope over the gap between passion and reason, which is why Così qualifies as a comedy of manners."
    - John W. Freeman (Cosi fan tutte, Glimmerglass Opera)

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    The Post and Courrier
    "Soprano Camille Zamora and mezzo Jossie Perez possess clear, powerful voices with perhaps three-octave ranges, intoning velvet quietude, then bursting forth with brilliant cries…"
    - Carol Furtwangler (Rainforest Cantata, Spoleto Festival)

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  • Review

    Opera Magazine
    "A name to note was that of another Juilliard student, the soprano Camille Zamora, a singer blessed with intense communicative ability who blazed with passion in Schumann (Robert and Clara) and in Rakhmaninov, and held our attention through 13 minutes of Stephen Hartke’s setting of a grim Lorca ballad. She has sung the Governess at Juilliard, and I would have loved to have heard her."
    - Michael Kennedy (Glimmerglass Festival Recital, Music of Schumann, Rachmaninoff, Hartke, and Weill)

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  • Review

    Newsday
    "Camille Zamora offered an affecting, well-acted portrayal of Oreste’s wife, Ermione, her elegant soprano blending beautifully with Maniaci’s in the couple’s poignant Act II duet."
    - Stacey Kors (Oreste, Juilliard Opera Center)

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    Sunday Telegraph
    "I shall look for all these names again but most of all for the soprano Camille Zamora, a singer with intense communicative gifts, who sang Schumann and Rachmaninoff with blazing passion, held our interest in a long Lorca setting (in Spanish) by Stephen Hartke and finished with some splendid Weill. She has sung major roles at Juilliard Opera and there are bound to be more."
    - Michael Kennedy (Glimmerglass Festival Recital, Music of Schumann, Rachmaninoff, Hartke, and Weill)

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  • Review

    New York Times
    "The work danced freely between Mr. Sheng's two worlds with Western harmonic moves underpinning themes with a Chinese tint... Camille Zamora gave dramatic, nuanced readings of the vocal pieces."
    - Allan Kozinn (Poems from the Sung Dynasty, Lincoln Center Festival)

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  • Review

    New York Times
    "In Petrel Seascapes, a setting of five acidic poems by David Bengree-Jones, Mr. Franke adheres to some of the stylistic conventions that took root over the last century, including Sprechtstimme... He captured the shifting moods of Mr. Bengree-Jones's poetry, and Camille Zamora, a soprano, brought the texts to life in her firm account of the vocal line."
    - Allan Kozinn (Petrel Seascapes - 5 Pieces for Soprano and Orchestra, Alice Tully Hall)

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  • Review

    New York Times
    "Another highlight was Robert Hill's Reverie, a pièce d'occasion set to Schubert, performed onstage by soprano Camille Zamora and by company conductor David LaMarche"
    - Jennifer Dunning (Vier Lieder by Schubert, American Ballet Theater Opening Night Gala)

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  • Review

    New York Post
    "One of the best received moments of the evening was no firecracker but a quiet, monumentally serene trio, danced to Schubert art songs, beautifully rendered by soprano Camille Zamora."
    - Clive Barnes (Vier Lieder by Schubert, American Ballet Theater Opening Night Gala)

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  • Review

    Houston Daily Cougar
    "The cast, all young Americans with strong training and good voices, adjusted very well to the setting... Camille Zamora was a very impassioned Micaela..."
    - Charles Ward (Carmen, Orchestra X)

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