The Wagner Society of New York has awarded their top prize, the 2016 Robert Lauch Memorial Fund Endowment Award, to tenor Cameron Schutza
As Narraboth, Cameron Schutza sang with clarity of tone, ringing high notes and clear German diction.
-Ingrid Haas, Opera Magazine December 2015
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
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
Studio members Cameron Schutza and Kevin Wetzel were eminently praiseworthy as El Remendado and El Dancaïro.
-Maria Nockin, Opera Today, November 19, 2010
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.
-ConcertoNet.com, November 19, 2010
The five Jews: Doug Jones, Torrance Blaisdell, Barry Stein, Cameron Schutza and Jeremy Milner gave an excellent rendition of their ensemble, while Scott Sikon and Francisco Renteria were harmonious Nazarenes.
-Maria Nockin, Music and Vision, November 19, 2009