Recent works and projects have been created for the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the RSNO sinfonietta, the Tzlil Meudcan International Festival, Ensemble XY, Cadogan Hall, The Royal Academy of Arts, the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra (w/ Brad Lubman), Jon Roskilly, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France (for Manifeste+IRCAM) the Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble, the United Instruments of Lucilin and the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg (w/ Peter Tilling), amongst many others.
His first solo exhibition, ‘CONTACT RESULTS IN CONTAGION’ was showcased at the Solyanka Gallery, Moscow in April ‘19. The project was awarded a UK-Russia Cross Year financial grant, also supported by the AHRC and SWWDTP.
Cameron is an associate lecturer at the University of Surrey, teaching masters level studio assisted composition. He was also the first composer-in-residence at Dulwich College London, where he led electronic and new music between 2017/2018. He has given lectures at the Trinity Laban School of Music and Dance, Goldsmiths College, Stanton Williams architecture firm and the Tchaikovsky Young Composers Academy, amongst other institutions and academy settings.
He studied at Brunel University (1st Class Hons.) & at the Royal College of Music with Harris Kittos, Jonathan Cole and Gilbert Nouno (Distinction).
From 2018-22, he is a PhD funded scholar working between the universities of Southampton and Bath Spa in the U.K. He has been awarded a full PhD studentship from the Arts and Humantieis Research Council and the South West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership.
Upcoming projects in 2019/20 include new works with the Barton Rhys duo (UK), the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble (UK/RU) and ZHDK Zurich (CH).
Also in 2019, Cameron began a long-term collaborative project - Encounters - with French composer Colin Roche, in which both composers will present and share their own working practices over a 2-3 week period in a live exhibition format. This will be shown in galleries and spaces in Europe, Russia, Georgia, Canada, the USA and Japan in the 2019/20.
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