Sarasota Opera - Norma

"Texas tenor Cameron Schutza displayed the expressive spinto voice that is a prerequisite for performing the reckless proconsul Pollione.  He sang the prophetic first act aria Meco all’altar di Venere with authority, was effective in the trio with Parisi’s Norma and Black’s Adalgisa, and affecting in his final duet with Norma, taking place before their immolation.  The full range of Schutza’s vocal instrument was shown in the next evening’s Sarasota Opera Artists’ Concert, in which he sang Siegmund’s Winterstürme wichen dem Wonnemond from Wagner’s Die Walküre."


"As Pollione, tenor Cameron Schutza has a strong and virile sound. . ." 

-Edward Alley,

Cameron Schutza takes 3rd Prize in the 2017 Lauritz Melchior International Singing Competition

". . . Cameron Schutza whose heldentenor in the role of Siegfried reminded some of the same ringing qualities as the blessed Lauritz Melchior's highly praised voice." -- Nordjyske (Translated from Danish)

". . . Cameron Schutza, who was quite effortless and embodied Tannhäuser's story about his journey to the Pope in Rome."  -- jcKlassisk (Translated from Danish)

Review of Fidelio (Michigan Opera Theatre)

The MOT young artist apprentice Angela Theis, soprano, as Marcelline the jailer’s daughter, and her suitor Jaquino, American tenor Cameron Schutza, portrayed their characters well, even when the orchestra did not give them sufficient room in their opening pieces.

-Susan Bowen, Schiller Institute, April 2013

Review of Fidelio (Michigan Opera Theatre)

The first act quartet, with Goerke, Nissen and young performers Cameron Schutza as Jacquino and Grosse Pointe native Angela Theis as Rocco’s daughter Marzellina, is a canon, each singing the same melody as they join in. It is lovely musicianship.

-Encore Michigan, April 14, 2013

Review of Carmen (Arizona Opera)

Cameron Schutza (Remendado), Kevin Wetzel (Dancaïre/Moralès), Rebecca Sjöwall (Frasquita), and Stephanie Foley Davis (Mercédès) live up to the expectancies of the second act quintet “Nous avons en tête une affaire”, as well as in the third act duet “Mêlons, coupons,” while bass Peter Volpe receives a well deserved ovation for his Zuniga., November 19, 2010