Jessica Cambio

Hailed by the New York Times for her “agile coloratura and shimmering sound” Italian-American soprano Jessica Rose Cambio is thrilling international audiences and critics alike with her, “full-bodied Italianate soprano” (WQXR, NY) and her “depth, oozing sex appeal, sudden and disarming flashes of vulnerability, impressive development of the pathos of the character throughout, powerful soprano in top form vocally and largely at ease at the top and with something spicy in the colour of the voice that makes her genuinely exciting to hear.” (Bachtrack, London). Ms. Cambio’s upcoming engagements include a reprise as Nedda in Pagliacci with New Orleans Opera, a debut as Liù in Turandot with Tulsa Opera, and a return to New York City Opera in the roles of Fiora in the Montemezzi rarity L’amore dei tre re and Magda in Puccini’s La Rondine. Cambio completed her Bachelor of Music at Rhode Island College as a student of Maria Spacagna, her Master of Music at the University of Southern California as a student of Elizabeth Hynes, and her artist diploma at Mannes College the New School for Music as a student of Ruth Falcon. She spent many years in Italy as a star pupil of world renowned sopranos Renata Scotto and Mirella Freni and currently makes her home in New York as a student of Diana Soviero.

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