Cameron Crozman

Cameron Crozman, violoncelle

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A cellist “with a rich imagination and a keen mind” (Diapason), Cameron Crozman is the recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts 2021 Virginia Parker Prize and CBC/Radio-Canada’s 2019-2020 Classical Revelation.

He appears in recital and as a soloist in major concert halls (Paris Philharmonie, Shanghai Oriental Arts Centre, and Toronto’s Koerner Hall, among others) and with orchestras across Canada and Europe. A devoted chamber musician, he regularly shares the stage with world-renowned artists including James Campbell, James Ehnes, Augustin Hadelich, and Louis Lortie.

After his studies with Paul Pulford in Canada, Cameron attended the Paris Conservatoire in the class of Michel Strauss where he received his Prix de violoncelle with highest honours,
and he is a laureate of Gautier Capuçon’s Classe d’excellence de violoncelle at the Louis Vuitton Foundation.

He has released recordings on the ATMA Classique and Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo labels and his performances have been broadcast on CBC, Radio France, BBC, and He is active in commissioning and premiering new works for cello by some of Canada’s most recognized composers such as Allan Gordon Bell, Kelly-Marie Murphy, and Alexina Louie.

Cameron is the co-founder of ClassicalValley—a festival combining music and wine in the Okanagan Valley—and artistic director of chamber music for the Edeta Arts International Festival in Llíria, Spain, a UNESCO Creative City of Music.

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