Reviews

  • Review

    Houston Daily Cougar
    "Most of the singers were adequate but not spectacular, with the exception of Camille Zamora as Micaela, who stole the show with a single solo."
    - S.L. Allen (Carmen, Orchestra X)

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    Zarzuela Magazine
    "Camille Zamora sings Chapí's famous heroine Mari-Pepa touchingly, and her duet with the Felipe of Diego García is the rightful highlight of the set."
    - Christopher Webber (La Revoltosa by Chapí, CD/DVD release)

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    Diaro San Louis
    "Camille Zamora, a rich toned soprano, with an uncommon voice augmented by her fine technique, performed arias by Mozart, Rossini, and Moreno-Torroba... a magnificent voice and impeccable technique... She won over the public not only with her richly colored soprano, but also with her grace and beauty."
    - Christopher Webber (Concierto de Arias de Opera y Zarzuela, National telecast from Teatro de la Paz)

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    Elbe Jeetzel Zeitung
    "Three Watercolours, by Azerbaijan composer Franghiz Ali-Zadeh, is a play of tone colors... Central to the work is the vocal part, whose finely nuanced emotions the soprano Camille Zamora traced with warmth of tone and subtle precision, creating an ethereal rainbow of gentle, sensual, intense sound - one moment lamenting, the next moment full of life. The wealth of passion of Camille Zamora’s vocal line was echoed by flutist Ulla Suokko, who wove a filigree around the voice..."
    - P. Witte, J. Haslinge, T. Janssen (Music of Ali-Zadeh, Ives, Crumb, Sierra, and Schwartz, Deutsche Radio broadcasts with Ensemble Continuum)

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    Pflag Weekly (Houston)
    "Camille Zamora has given Houston a unique and priceless treasure. An Evening of Art Songs and Arias was born from her commitment to Bering Omega Community Services and her compassion for those suffering the ravages of HIV and AIDS. For eight years she has organized this intimate evening of classic arias and popular showstoppers from favorite musicals performed by rising stars of the international opera world. The show has gained tremendous popularity and is a 'must-attend' on the Houston social calendar."
    - Peg Nevers (An Evening of Art Songs and Arias for AIDS, Houston Zilkha Hall)

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    The Advocate
    "Luisa Fernanda was performed as a concert in front of the orchestra... Carolina, Luisa's rival, was taken by the lovely Camille Zamora."
    - Jerome R. Sehulster (An Evening of Tango and Zarzuela, Connecticut Grand Opera)

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