“Camilla Tilling knows how to shine” (Berliner Morgenpost). The Swedish singer has appeared as a guest on the world’s leading opera, concert and festival stages for more than two decades and is praised for her “beguiling tone and unfailing musicality” (Gramophone). Her wide-ranging repertoire includes celebrated Mozart roles such as the Countess (The Marriage of Figaro) and Pamina (The Magic Flute) as well as unfamiliar roles, including Dorinda (Handel’s Orlando), the Governess (The Turn of the Screw by Britten) and Donna Clara (Zemlinsky’s Der Zwerg). She became known internationally in particular as Sophie (Der Rosenkavalier). Camilla Tilling made her debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in Handel’s Messiah in December 2007 and has appeared regularly with the orchestra since then. She was heard in several concerts with Sir Simon Rattle, for example, in performances of Mahler’s Fourth Symphony and in Peter Sellars’s acclaimed productions of Bach’s St. John and St. Matthew Passions. She also enjoyed a long-standing collaboration with Bernard Haitink, who invited her to appear in his legendary final concert at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. Camilla Tilling’s artistry is documented not least on numerous recordings, including Haydn’s The Creation with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra under Bernard Haitink as well as lieder and arias by Mozart, Strauss, and Schubert.