Bass Cameron Beauchamp, a native of San Antonio, Texas, is in demand throughout the country as a soloist and chamber musician. He appears this concert season with Boston's Exsultemus, Austinís grammy-nominated ensemble Conspirare, Orpheus Chamber Singers of Dallas, Atlantaís New Trinity Baroque, with whom he sings this season arias and the role of Pilatus in Bachís "St. John Passion," and the Santa Fe Desert Chorale. Based in Boston, Cameron also performs regularly with Boston Secession, Schola Cantorum, and at the Church of the Advent.
Cameron studied voice and jazz trombone at the University of North Texas, one of the nationís largest and most prestigious music schools. While at UNT, he appeared with the A Cappella Choir at two ACDA National Conventions and received a Downbeat Award for his recording with one of the universityís world-famous jazz ensembles. A ten-year resident of the DFW area, Cameron frequently performed with ensembles in the area, including Dallas Bach Society, Texas Camerata, Orpheus Chamber Singers, Texas Choral Artists, the Helios Ensemble, and the Orchestra of New Spain. He was also a regular soloist for the Dallas Symphony Orchestraís annual Christmas concert series. He actively maintained a private voice studio and inspired many of his students to pursue careers in music.
Cameron has participated in recording projects for numerous record labels, including Edition Lilac, Pro Organo, Klavier, and GIA. He has also performed for BBC Radio and WRR Classical Radio of Dallas. With Conspirare, he can be heard on an upcoming release on Harmonia Mundi as well as a future television project for PBS.