Born in Nice in 1986, the daughter of a German father and French mother, she began her musical studies on the piano at the CRR de Nice conservatory, before moving on to the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris (CNSM) where she studied under Jean-Francois Heisser and Marie-Josèphe Jude. After winning First Prize for piano in 2007, she studied singing at the Conservatoire Maurice Ravel in Paris.
Camille Schnoor won the First Prize, Audience Prize and Orchestra Prize at the International Singing Competition Vokal Genial of the Konzertgesellschaft Münchenin 2013, with the Munich Radio Orchestra.
As a member of the Theater Aachen Opera ensemble in Germany, her roles included Luisa Miller (title role), Agathe (DerFreischütz), Maria (West Side Story), Marenka (Smetana’s The Bartered Bride) as well as Second Daughter, the main role in the German première of Au Monde, the last opera by Philippe Boesmans.
In the 2016/17 season, Camille Schnoor joined as a soloist the ensemble of theStaatstheater am Gärtnerplatzin Munich where she performed Julie in the world premiere of Liliom (Johanna Doderer), Die erste Dame (Die Zauberflöte), Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni), Mimì (La Bohème), as well as Hanna Glawari (Lehar’s Die lustige Witwe).
She made a much acclaimed debut in 2018 in the role of Cio-Cio-San (Madama Butterfly) at the Opéra de Limoges and Opéra de Rouen.
Camille Schnoor has performed at the Theater aan het VrijthofinMaastricht, the Prinzregententheater in Munich, the Festspielhaus in Baden-Baden, and the Staatstheater in Kassel. Her symphonic repertoire includes among others Le Poème de l’amour et de la mer (Chausson), Verdi’s Requiem, Poulenc’s Gloria and Mahler’s II. Symphony.
Recently, she made a much acclaimed debut in the role of Cio-Cio-San (Madama Butterfly) at the Opéra de Limoges and Opéra de Rouen. She also sang Hilda (Sigurd) in Nancy, Fiordiligi at the Bergen Opera in Norway, The Marschallin (Der Rosenkavalier) with Orchestre OSE in Geneva.
Her projects for the 2021/22 season and the following ones : Die erste Dame (Die Zauberflöte), Tatyana (Eugene Onegin), Giulietta (Les Contes d’Hoffmann), Die Faschingsfee (Emmerich Kálmán), Anita (Krenek’s “Jonny spielt auf”) and Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni) at the Gärtnerplatz Theater Munich, Hanna Glawari (Die lustige Witwe) in Nice, Marguerite (Faust) and Ariadne (Ariadne auf Naxos) in Limoges, Beethoven’s IX. Symphony with Insula Orchestra in Paris.