Camille Zamora

Soprano; Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director, Sing for Hope

Camille Zamora is co-founder and co-executive director of Sing for Hope, an “arts peace corps” that mobilizes artists in service and presents initiatives that make the arts accessible to all. A renowned soprano, whose repetoire ranges from Mozart to tango, Zamora has performed widely and collaborated with artists from Yo-Yo Ma to Sting. A 2016–2017 Kennedy Center Citizen Artist, her honors include recognition from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus; a 100 Hispanic Women Community Pride Award; and being named one of Town & Country’s Top 50 Americans in Philanthropy, NY1’s New Yorker of the Week, and one of CNN’s Most Intriguing People. Zamora is a board member of Grameen Creative Lab.

Videos/Audio of Camille Zamora

What possibilities unfurl when a symphony reaches Skid Row? How does music create healing on a street corner? Los... See more
How can the arts enable healing? In healthcare facilities and veterans' hospitals, the arts are doing crucial work... See more