Sandy Cameron
Since the age of 14, when Valery Gergiev engaged her to tour Russia with his Kirov orchestra, violinist Sandy Cameron has been delighting audiences worldwide with her impressive palette of virtuosity and utter commitment to once again make classical music FUN. Recently called, “brilliant” by the Washington Post, “impossibly accurate,” by the Macon Telegraph, and simply “awesome,” by the Portland Press Herald, Sandy is quickly becoming recognized as one of the most strikingly unique and foremost talents of her generation.

Notable recent performances have included the Sibelius Violin Concerto with the National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Brahms Violin Concerto at the Bear Valley Music Festival, and a featured performance at the installation of Harvard President Drew Faust, which was broadcast worldwide over the internet to tens of thousands.

Sandy has earned numerous awards and honors: the youngest ever winner of the Salzburg Mozarteum Outstanding Student Prize, winner of the 2004 Washington Post Music and Dance Awards scholarship, winner of the 2005 Gold Award in Music from the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, and status as a 2005 Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Conductor Gerard Schwartz has also engaged her to perform with both the world renowned Seattle Symphony and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. In addition to all her musical accomplishes, Sandy is an honors student in music at Harvard University, pursuing a highly selective and prestigious joint degree program with the New England Conservatory, from where she will receive a masters degree in performance.

The outstanding violin used by Sandy, crafted by Gio. Paolo Maggini in Brescia, c. 1600, is on extended loan through the generous efforts of the Stradivari Society ® of Chicago.

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