Camila Arnold was raised in Germany, where she received most of her musical training. She started piano lessons at the age of 10. She was soon accepted at the local conservatory in Erlangen/Germany. In 1987 she moved on to the Christian-Ernst-Gymnasium, a music school, a performing arts academy. She began her vocal training at age 15 under Norma Lerer in Nürnberg/Germany and Professor Charlotte Lehmann in Hannover/Germany. She performed as “Nancy” in the musical “Oliver” at the Theater in Erlangen/Germany. She also performed as a soloist in various concerts and recitals. In 1989 she was awarded a scholarship for outstanding vocal performance. In 1990 she graduated from the Christian-Ernst-Gymnasium and was immediately accepted at the Music University in Würzburg. Before finishing her studies she moved to the USA/California where she spent the next 6 years in Los Angeles. During this time she performed as part of a vocal ensemble with up to 4000 participants. She was also featured as a soloist in one of their songs, recorded at the A&M Record Studio, Hollywood, Los Angeles. In 1998 she moved to San Diego County and has performed as a soloist with the Palomar Choral. She is featured as soloist on the Perti CD, which was released in the fall of 2001. In May of 2001, she sang with the San Diego Opera in the Verdi Requiem. In December of 2001, she gave a series of Christmas concerts featuring rare Christmas carols from all over the world in their original languages. Ms. Arnold has also sung with The First Presbyterian Church in Oceanside and Trinity Church in Escondido. In February of 2002 she was named the Musical Director for the community theater, Arts Off Broadway, at the California Center for the Arts in Escondido. In December of 2002 her first CD featuring classical, inspirational vocal music was released and is available for sale now. Ms. Arnold performs regularly in Vienna/Austria for the Austrian Society of Music and the Austrian Society of Contemporary Music as well as for the Vienna Music Festival Weeks. She is the co-founder of the Austrian Californian Society of Music (ACSOM) with headquarters in Los Angeles. Ms. Arnold performs as featured soprano soloist with orchestras, in chamber music concerts, and solo recitals within California and nationally. As a former resident of Front Royal, Virginia, Ms. Arnold conducted voice camps and a glee club at Mountain Laurel Montessori School and has performed with Winchester Musica Viva in their Fall concert of 2015.
We are excited to welcome Camila back to the B&H Music store.