Camille King


Camille King, enjoys a varied career that encompasses opera, oratorio and orchestral work, chamber music and recital performances. As a coloratura soprano her operatic career included leading roles in productions with Rome Opera, Innsbruck Opera, San Francisco Opera, Washington Opera, Minnesota Opera, Chautauqua Opera, Central City Opera and Colorado Opera Festival.

Miss King has been a featured soloist with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, the Pacific Chorale, the Los Angeles Mozart Opera, the Santa Barbara and Virginia Symphonies, the San Diego Chamber Orchestra, Musica Angelica and the Tulsa Oratorio Society.

She has been closely associated with the music of the 18th century specifi cally Handel’s Messiah, Gloria, Psalm 112, the great masses of Bach, Mozart and Haydn and the chamber music of Vivaldi and Scarlatti. In Texas she has appeared as soprano soloist with Texas Camerata, the Richardson Symphony,
the Austin Symphony, the Fort Worth Symphony and the Orchestra of New Spain.

Recent engagements include Handel’s Messiah at Highland Park Presbyterian Church, a program of Rachmaninoff songs in Beverly Hills, an early music concert in Hollywood, the Brahms Requiem in Kona, Hawaii and the soprano solos in King David by Honegger with the Tulsa Oratorio Society.

Future engagements include a performance next year with Texas Camerata, concerts in Los Angeles including the music of Mendelssohn and Pergolesi, a lieder recital in Cold Spring, NY, as well as a Dallas performance of a new Requiem by Thomas Schwan

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