Camille Schnoor is a French German lyric 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".
2014-2016, as a young member of the Theater Aachen in Germany, she sang Luisa Miller (title role), Agathe (Der Freischütz), Maria (West Side Story), Marenka (Smetana’s The Bartered Bride) as well as Verdi's Requiem.
Since 2016, she has been a leading soloist at the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz in Munich and sang there Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni), Mimì (la Bohème), Tatyana (Eugene Onegin) and Hanna (The Merry Widow).
Her Ciò-Ciò-San debut 2018 (Madama Butterfly) was highly acclaimed by both the public and critics and the production was streamed several times on French TV.
Recently she sang Fiordiligi at the Bergen Opera in Norway and made her house debut at the Opéra National de Lorraine in the role of Hilda (Sigurd by Reyer), she also sang Marschallin (der Rosenkavalier) in concert in Geneva, Hanna Glawari (The Merry widow at the opera de Nice and had a very successful Austrian debut as Mimì (La Bohème) at Oper Klosterneuburg.
Camille Schnoor's upcoming projects include Antonia and Giulietta (The tales of Hoffmann) as well as Fiordiligi (Così fan tutte) and Contessa (Le Nozze di Figaro) at the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz in Munich, Léna (La Princesse jaune) in Limoges, as well as Beethoven's 9th symphony at La Seine Musicale and Schumann's La Nuit des Rois at the Hamburger Elbphilharmonie.
Her first Solo Album "Les Ames Naturelles" with songs of French Komponist Patrick Nebbula was released 2022 by the label Klarthe.