Tenor & Pianist
YOUNG ARTIST LATE BITE: August 28
Cameron Richardson-Eames is an award-winning British pianist and tenor, based in London and New York. He is a graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge University, the Royal Academy of Music in London, and a former US-UK Fulbright Scholar at The Juilliard School where he studied under Dr Brian Zeger, Margo Garrett, and JJ Penna, and held the Irene Diamond Fellowship, the Samuel Sanders Award for collaborative piano, and the Arthur Gold, Robert Fizdale, and George H Gangwere Scholarships. At Cambridge he was a Choral Scholar and graduated with high First Class Honours, a Senior Academic Scholarship, Isaac Newton Scholarship, Research Scholarship, the Edith Leigh Memorial Prize for piano, as well as the inaugural postgraduate scholarship for voice, before going on to serve three years on the Cambridge University Music Faculty, teaching Dissertation Studies and Keyboard Harmony. At the Royal Academy of Music, he was awarded the Major Von Someron Godfrey Award for accompanists, Dame Ruth Railton Prize for chamber music, Katie Thomas Memorial Award for outstanding achievement, and the honorary Diploma of the Royal Academy of Music for outstanding postgraduate performance. He won the Accompanist Prizes in the Dame Patricia Routledge National English Song Competition, and the Sidney Sussex Lieder Competition.