Kameron Lopreore, a lyric tenor from Lacombe, Louisiana, holds a Master’s in Voice from Loyola University New Orleans and has been featured in many productions in the New Orleans area. He is the recipient of the first Italian American Scholarship Award and the Metropolitan Opera’s Encouragement Award. Recently, he made his Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra debut singing solos from Handel’s Messiah in their acclaimed Baroque Christmas concert. He has enjoyed six years in the New Orleans Opera chorus and has performed several supporting roles on the Mahalia Jackson stage. Some of his operatic roles include Roméo in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette, Tamino in Mozart’s Die zauberflöte, Candide in Bernstein’s Candide, Sem in Benjamin Britten’s Noye’s Fludde, Le Journaliste in Poulenc's Les Mamelles de Tirésias, and Elder Hayes in Floyd's Susannah. He also has been a featured soloist in many sacred choral works, including Mozart's Requiem and Handel's Messiah at Loyola, and Rossini's Stabat Mater, Bach's Magnificat, and Vaughan Williams' Hodie at St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church. He is a proud member of the New Orleans Opera Chorus and possesses a deep love for philosophy and astrophysics!