Described as a musician of “profound musical imagination” (Toronto Concert Reviews), Cameron Crozman has established himself as one of Canada’s leading young cellists. Unanimously awarded the use of the “Bonjour” Stradivarius cello and “Shaw” Adam cello bow by the Canada Council for the Arts Instrument Bank in 2015, engagements have taken Cameron to important venues throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. He regularly appears as a soloist with orchestras in Canada and France and has performed with the likes of James Ehnes, André Laplante, James Campbell, and members of the Ébène, St. Lawrence, and New Orford String Quartets. Cameron has collaborated with composers including Kaija Saariaho, Peteris Vasks, and Kelly-Marie Murphy, and has premiered a number of new works dedicated to him. Selected as one of six cellists for Gautier Capuçon’s 2016-17 Classe d’Excellence at the Louis Vuitton Foundation, Cameron holds a Master’s degree from the Paris Conservatory where he will be completing an artist diploma in contemporary performance in June 2018. Teachers included Michel Strauss, Claire Désert, and Ami Flammer in Paris, and Paul Pulford in Canada. Cameron’s performances have been broadcast on CBC, Radio France, Radio Classique, and medici.tv. He is extremely grateful for the support of the Sylva Gelber Foundation in his projects.