Two time GRAMMY Award-winning bass, Cameron Beauchamp, is active throughout the country as a soloist, chamber musician, clinician, and experimental artist. Cameron is an original member of Roomful of Teeth, the artistic director of Austin-based Convergence, and was named best singer in the 2013-2014 Austin Critics' Table Awards. Cameron has been an artist in residence as performer and clinician at numerous universities and museums around the US, including Stanford University, Yale University, Princeton University, the University of North Texas, Williams College, Harvard University, the University of Oregon, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and Mass MoCA. He has also been featured as a soloist with the Austin, Dallas, Seattle, and Colorado Symphonies. Cameron has recorded on Sony Classical, Harmonia Mundi, New Amsterdam Records, 4AD, Pro Organo, GIA, Edition Lilac, Klavier and for PBS. 

An artist who pledges no allegiance to genre, Cameron has collaborated with TuNeYaRdS, Kanye West, Holly Herndon, Sam Amidon, The Silk Road Ensemble, Justin Sherburn, Olga Bell, Patrice Pike, Craig Hella Johnson, Maynard Ferguson, Eliza Gilkyson, Glenn Kotche, and most recently Peter Sellars. He has performed on Grammy Award-winning albums with Roomful of Teeth and Conspirare, nine Grammy- nominated albums, and one Downbeat Award-winning album. Cameron received his musical training at the University of North Texas, where he studied voice and jazz trombone. When Cameron is not making music, he passionately lives his life as a husband and father in Austin, TX, where he polishes his cowboy boots and dreams of a cure for type 1 diabetes.


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