Cameron Campbell

Cameron Campbell is a pianist, composer and producer from Worcester, Massachusetts. His focus is on jazz, avant-garde and electronic music. He plays solo, trio and with his quartet, drawing repertoire from his 50-plus original compositions.

In high school, Campbell studied with pianist Christian Sands and learned from other musical greats, including Jimmy Cobb and Sheila Jordan. In 2019, he was a featured performer alongside legendary pianists George Cables, Joanne Brackeen and Kenny Werner. Most recently, he toured the United States, Japan and Brazil with two-time Grammy-winning vocalist Samara Joy, appearing with her on “The Tamron Hall Show” and “TV ASAICHI”  in Japan.

In addition to touring with Samara Joy, Campbell has had the privilege of sharing the stage with Kendrick Scott, Jaleel Shaw, Maurice Brown and Marcus Gilmore. He has performed at venues throughout America and the world, including the Hollywood Bowl, Blue Note Place (Tokyo), Ibirapuera Auditorium (São Paulo), Vivo Rio (Rio de Janeiro), SFJAZZ Center, the Deer Head Inn, Smalls Jazz Club and Django. Campbell is going into his final year of undergrad at the Manhattan School of Music, where he is mentored by pianist Marc Cary, while establishing himself on the New York City scene.

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