Camille Zamora

Soprano, Co-Founder of Sing for Hope

In repertoire ranging from Mozart to tango, and in collaboration with artists ranging from Yo-Yo Ma to Sting, Soprano Camille Zamora has been hailed as "a singer blessed with intense communicative ability who blazes with passion" (Opera Magazine, UK), bringing "dignity and glowing sound" (The New York Times) to "luminous, transcendently lyrical" performances (Opera News) that "combine gentility and emotional fire" (Houston Chronicle). Camille has appeared with the world’s leading ensembles, including London Symphony Orchestra, American Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, LA Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, and Boston Lyric Opera; in venues from Carnegie Hall to Lincoln Center to The United Nations; and in live recital broadcasts on NPR, BBC Radio, Deutsche Radio, and Sirius XM. A graduate of The Juilliard School, Camille is the Co-Founder of Sing for Hope, the country’s leading "artists’ peace corps," which presents projects - including NYC’s summertime street pianos - that make the arts accessible to all. A leading voice in the "citizen artist" discussion, she has presented and led panels at Skoll World Forum, Harvard University, The Aspen Institute, and The Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit; has received a Hispanic Congressional Caucus Citation and a UN Torchbearer Award; has been profiled on NBC Latino and in Classical Singer Magazine; and was named one of the Top 50 Americans in Philanthropy by Town & Country Magazine, a NY1 New Yorker of the Week, a 2016/17 Kennedy Center Citizen Artist, and one of CNN’s Most Intriguing People. Visit her online at &