Camille Sherman is a versatile mezzo-soprano with strong dramatic instincts. She most recently made her Anchorage Opera debut in the role of Jess in the American premiere of 'Missing' before becoming a national semi-finalist in the Metropolitan Opera's Laffont Competition. She has excelled as Rosina in 'Il barbiere di Siviglia' (Pensacola Opera and Opera Idaho) and Angelina in 'La Cenerentola' (Tri-Cities Opera and Syracuse Opera). She was recently accepted into the Apprentice Artist Program at Des Moines Metro Opera. Previously, she had been engaged in the Portland Opera Resident Artist Program. She has been Artist in Residence at Pensacola Opera, making her role debut there in 2019 as Stéphano in 'Roméo et Juliette'. Other roles include the Composer in 'Ariadne auf Naxos' (Berlin Opera Academy, 2017) and Hermia in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' (Janiec Opera Company, 2016). On the concert stage, she has performed with Nashville Opera, the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra, and the Naples Philharmonic. She is a two-time winner of the Kalvelage Memorial Award in the Henry and Maria Holt Competition (2016-17) and a recipient of the Jorge Estebanez Scholarship from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (2015-17). During her vocal training at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (MM) and Boston Conservatory (BM), she was part of the Janiec Opera Company and OperaWorks. From season 23/24 she is part of the opera studio OperAvenir at Theater Basel.