"Camille Schnoor's CIÒ-CIÒ-SAN is outstanding, a true revelation."

"Camille schnoor'S Stunning MIMì gratified the ear and touched the soul." 
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Camille Schnoor is a French German soprano born in Nice in 1986. Praised for her "stupendous acting and powerful, fascinating singing" (FAZ), she won the Bavarian Sponsorship Award for Performing Arts 2020 as well as the International Competition Vokal Genial 2013. The German major daily newspaper Die Welt nominated her in both categories ,Best Singer' and ,Best Newcomer Singer'.

She has been a leading soloist at the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz in Munich since 2016. She is also a welcome guest singer in European theaters and concert institutions such as the opera houses in Limoges, Rouen, Nice, Nancy, Lausanne, Innsbruck, Aachen, Kassel, the Seine Musicale in Paris, the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden and the Prinzregententheater in Munich.

Her Ciò-Ciò-San debut 2018 (Madama Butterfly) was highly acclaimed by both the publics and critics and the production was streamed several times on French TV. Also Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni), Mimì, (La Bohème), Tatyana (Eugene Onegin) and Hanna (The Merry Widow) are some of her signature roles.