Internationally recognized for compelling performances of baroque and concert repertoire, native Puerto Rican soprano Camille Ortiz is quickly establishing herself as a leading operatic artist. The upcoming 2021-2022 season includes recitals and masterclasses of Latin American art song across the United States; Pamina in Eugene Opera’s production of The Magic Flute; an Ars Lyrica Houston tour of Spanish baroque repertoire, including a debut with the Music Before 1800 music series in New York City, and a highly anticipated debut with the Boston Baroque as Oriana in Handel’s Amadigi di Gaula. She has appeared with Opera Orlando, Gulfshore Opera, Magic City Opera, Philhamornia Baroque Orchestra and Chorale, Ars Lyrica Houston, the Naples Philharmonic, the Dallas Bach Society, the Orchestra of New Spain, the Festival of the Aegean in Greece, the Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina (John Rutter conducting), and at Carnegie Hall with MidAm International. She appears in the highly acclaimed CD recording of Rameau’s Le temple de la gloire with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Chorale, conducted by Nicholas McGegan, for which she was named “the stand-out” of the recording by BBC Music Magazine, October 2018. Her fall 2018 performances with the Philharmonia Baroque of Mozart’s Exsultate Jubilate, Coronation Mass in C major, and Litaniae Lauretanae have also been broadcast on San Francisco’s KDFC, classical music radio.
Ms. Ortiz is Assistant Professor of Voice at University of Oregon, School of Music and Dance.