Camille Chapron sings the Queen of the Night in July 2017, her first opera role, in Mozart's "Magic Flute" at the Prague Summer Nights Festival and at the Salzburg Mozarteum under the direction of Arthur Fagen.
In 2013, she won a 2nd prize at the Cap Ferret Music Festival Young Talent Competition.
Camille sang in recital last summer at Tabor Theater (Czech Republic), Lichtenchtein Palace and Reduta Jazz Club in Prague.
As a soloist, she has been invited to the Festival "Music in the heart of the Monts d'Arrée" since its creation and since 2015 to the Summer Festival "Enclos en musique" (Finistère).
In Paris, Camille performs at the Cathedral of St. Croix of the Armenians , at the Chapel of the Val de Grace and the Embassy of Romania in April 2016. She played the role of Hélène in Emmanuel Chabrier's "Une Education Manquée", Nérine in Charles Lecocq's "Les Jumeaux de Bergames", and Adina in Donizetti's "Elixir d'Amour" during a show directed by Leontina Vaduva, Anda Tabacaru -Hogéa.
She was also heard as a Soprano Solo in Dvorak's Stabat Mater last November (2017), at the Collegiale d'Angers with members of the Paris Chamber Orchestra; in recital at the Cap Ferret Music Festival, at the Baroque Festival of Monfrin under the direction of Gabriel Garrido, in a program devoted to the Baroque Academy of Sablé on France Musique during a master class with Philippe Jaroussky.
Camille began her singing studies after a Piano Gold Medal and a Bachelor of Musicology. She joined Nicole Broissin's operetta class at the Schola Cantorum in Paris and then completed her vocal studies at the CRD de Clamart where she obtained a very good mention and congratulations from the jury at the Diploma of Musical Studies. After many master classes in France and abroad, she perfected herself with Sherril Milnes and Luciana Serra in 2017.