Named “Canada’s next big cello star” by CBC Music and the 2019-20 Classical Revelation artist of Radio-Canada, Canadian cellist Cameron Crozman is making a name for himself both at home and internationally, with performances taking him him to such world-renowned venues as the Shanghai Oriental Arts Center, Berliner Philharmonie, Paris Philharmonie, Philadelphia’s Mann Centre, and Canada’s National Arts Centre. He has appeared as a soloist with major orchestras across Canada including the Montréal, Winnipeg, and Quebec Symphonies.
Deeply committed to musical innovation, Cameron constantly imagines new ways to share his art with the world. He is fascinated by contemporary music, collaborating with world renowned composers including Kaija Saariaho and Peteris Vasks. He has commissioned and premiered new music by Canadian composers such as Alexina Louie and Kelly-Marie Murphy, and worked with a number of contemporary music ensembles and institutions including Ensemble Intercontemporain, the IRCAM, and Ensemble Court-Circuit.
Cameron is extremely grateful for the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, Sylva Gelber Foundation, and CBC/Radio-Canada in his projects. He currently plays a 1849 cello by Bernardel père generously on loan from Paul Pulford.