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© 2020 by Matthew Cameron

Lauded a “true piano genius” (Anthony Newman) and  “one of the most talented pianists of his generation” (Joseph Patrych, WFUV), renowned for “phenomenal virtuosity” (MusicWeb International) and “profound musical consciousness” (Michel Le Naour, Piano 21), Matthew Cameron’s original piano works and transcriptions have attained worldwide popularity, collecting over a million views on the internet, and are heard on the Arabesque, Cala, Delos, Naxos, ARS, and Sony/BMG labels. His career as piano virtuoso has taken him to Carnegie Hall for a heralded sold-out debut, from venerable venues like the Salle Erard in Paris, to trendy classical hotspots like Teatro del Sale in Florence, Italy.
A series of recordings on the Arabesque Records label and on Cala Records have received accolades in the American Record Guide, Fanfare Magazine, inspiring Audiophile Audition to say that “Cameron equals anyone who champions Liszt” with performances “that could not be bettered” (MusicWeb), and a recording of the 24 Chopin Etudes that “is up there with the very best available” (MusicWeb). The album "Matthew Cameron, Pianist" (Arabesque Records) is provided as in-flight classical entertainment for Lufthansa Airlines.  His original piano works and transcriptions are published by G. Schirmer Editions and IMC Editions, and have been performed by himself and others at Salle Gaveau in Paris, Il Bagno Konzertgalerie in Germany, the Michel Sogny Festival in Switzerland, Oji Hall in Tokyo, Musashino Cultural Foundation in Japan, Shanghai Concert Hall, Sayed Darwish Theter in Cairo, Husum Piano Rarities Festival in Germany, Festival Pianistyczny in Warsaw, and in Strasbourg, Montpellier, Estonia, Greece, Yugoslavia, Spain, and Austria. Winner of multiple awards at the 2004 Franz Liszt International Piano Competition in Los Angeles. Broadcasts include solo spots on New York’s WNYC and WQXR Radio.
He serves on the faculty of the Summit Music Festival and teaches at the Brooklyn College Preparatory Center for the Performing Arts since 2016. 

His interests include collecting antique historic swords, having acquired a collection dating back to the 9th century, with examples from the Napoleonic era, Prussia, Transylvania, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Persia, the era of Charlemagne, and the European Dark Ages.  He actively trades and acquires them on the open market, through private dealers, and in other ways.  

Matthew Cameron is a Steinway Artist since 2012 and is heard only on Arabesque Records.

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