Described by the Scene magazine as a “musical force to be reckoned with,” Canadian cellist Cameron Crozman is hailed as one of the country’s finest young musicians. Currently playing on the Bonjour Stradivarius Cello and Shaw Adam cello bow generously on loan from the Canada Council for the Arts Instrument Bank, he has been praised for his musical versatility and willingness to explore the boundaries of the cello repertoire. Engagements have taken Cameron to such prestigious venues as the Shanghai Oriental Arts Center, the Berliner Philharmonie, the Paris Philharmonie, Philadelphia’s Mann Centre, Montreal’s Maison Symphonique, and Canada’s National Arts Centre. He has performed concerti with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, Hamilton Philharmonic, Orchestra London, and Cambridge Symphony. In 2012, he toured Canada and the United States playing Dvorak Cello Concerto with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada. In a multifaceted 2016-2017 season, highlights include performances in the Grande Salle of the Philharmonie de Paris and the premiere of a new concerto for cello and chamber orchestra by composer Daniel Alvarado. Also in Paris, he will be co-presenting a recital of the music of Charles Koechlin, and performing at the National Archives with the Trio Guermantes. In Canada, he will be returning for concerts with Philip Chiu in February 2017, and in April will be performing and recording Srul Irving Glick’s complete Rhapsodies Hébéraïques.