Cameron Williams

2019 Round Top Music Festival

Los Angeles, CA
University of Southern California
20-year-old pianist Cameron Williams has performed in masterclasses and recitals at festivals in the U.S. and Europe such as the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Piano Academy, the Interlochen Arts Festival, the International Institute for Young Musicians at Kansas University, the Montecito International Music Festival, Rebecca Penneys’ Piano Festival, the Amalfi Music and Arts Festival, and the Academy Internationale de Fourviere. He has worked with teachers including Boris Slutsky, Enrico Elisi, Yoshikazu Nagai, Christopher Harding, T.J. Lymenstull, Tannis Gibson, Ory Shihor, and Rebecca Penneys. Cameron is currently in his second year working towards a Bachelor’s of Music in Piano Performance at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music with Professor Bernadene Blaha. In his time with Professor Blaha, Cameron has been awarded first prize in the 2018 CAPMT Sonata Competition and the 2018 Los Angeles International Liszt Competition. Previous awards include first prize in the 2017 MTNA State Competition, first prize in the 2016 Steinway-Avanti Competition, and first prize in the 2015 Young Artist Competition of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra.