Cameron earned bachelors and master’s degrees from Oberlin College and the New England Conservatory, studying with Richard Kapuscinski and Lawrence Lesser. She attended Juilliard while in High School, playing on recording sessions in New York. Cameron started her career recording with Noel Paul Stookey during his hiatus from the iconic trio Peter, Paul and Mary, including a live concert at Carnegie Hall for Warner Bros. She plays with Symphony New Hampshire and her Boston engagements range from Masterworks Chorale and Boston Landmarks Orchestra to Broadway shows “The Producers” and the Boston Lyric Opera production of “Marriage of Figaro.” She joins her brother, Jazz violinist Doug Cameron on many of his CD’s. Cameron’s solo cello work has appeared on the PBS show “Nova,” among others. She recently released a CD entitled “A Bunch of Guitars and a Cello” with virtuoso jazz guitarist Jeff Cashen. The CD has received 6 uniformly excellent reviews, both in the US and Europe.
Cameron has taught at the Lexington Music School, hosted by Munroe center for the Arts for 8 years and for 20 years in Andover MA. This year she has been appointed Artist in Residence at the new Innovation Arts Center in Andover. She also has served several years as a visiting cello faculty member at the University of New Hampshire.
As artistic director of the Boston Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, she is designing an ongoing multimedia concert series at Fort Point Channel in Boston with grammy-winning guitarist and resident Boston Virtuosi composer Claudio Ragazzi.