Camila Titinger


Camila TitingerCamila Titinger

Italian-Brazilian soprano Camila Titinger was a 2015 prize recipient of the Neue Stimmen Singing Competition in Germany.  In 2016 she opened the season of the Bregenz Festival in Austria under baton of Maestro Paolo Carignani and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. In 2017 she made her made her French debut interpreting the role of Contessa di Almaviva in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro at the Opéra de Toulon.  In that same year she was a prize recipient of the Paris Opera Competition held in Paris at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées.  Other prizes include the Giusy Devinu Competition that was held in Cagliari/Italy. Camilla represented Brazil as a 2019 finalist in the Cardiff Singer of the World competition.

Camila was recently a member of the Centre Perfeccionament Plácido Domingo at the Les Arts in Valencia. In 2018 she was invited to perform with Domingo in concerts in Ljubljana, Strasbourg, and Boston.  In 2018 she debuted Théâtre des Champs-Élysées as Donna Anna, the role of Pamina in Teatro Solis, as well as Hanna Glawari in Die Lustige Witge also in Brazil. In 2019 she made her UK debut as Donna Anna in Mozart’s Don Giovanni  at the Garsington Opera Festival.  Most recently she performed Mathilde in Rossini’s William Tell in Essen (cancelled due to Covid), and concerts with the Philharmonie de Paris, and Opera de Rouen. In July of 2021 Camila made her Italian debut with the Orchestra  dell ‘Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia performing a program of music by Villa Lobos and Philip Glass. Future engagements include Violetta in a new production of La Traviata, and Micaela in Carmen with Opera North in Leeds. This summer Camila returns to Garsington Opera as Fiordiligi in Cosi fan Tutte.

Recent engagements include Bachianas Brasileiras No.5 by Villa-Lobos at the Teatro Real of Madrid, a concert for the German Ambassador in Washington DC organized by Neue Stimmen, and operatic appearances as the Contessa in Le nozze di Figaro, Mimi in La Bohème, and Antonia in Les Contes d’Hoffmann all with Teatro São Pedro opera studio in São Paulo.

Camila won the Brazilian Maracanto competition, was awarded second place in the Bidu Sayão competition, and is a former winner of the  Maria Callas International Opera Competition.