"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, Yourobserver.com