American pianist Cameron Stowe is a leading specialist in the study and performance of song recital repertoire.  For more than a decade his work has been led by his passion for poetry and song, and he has received much critical praise and numerous awards for his commitment to this art form as a performer, researcher and teacher.


Noted for his spirited and sensitive playing, he maintains an active performance schedule as a song recital collaborator, appearing regularly in recital with many of the most prominent concert singers and opera stars of his generation.  His has performed in the Far East, Europe, South America, and throughout the United States and Canada, in venues including The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Festival Radio France, Alice Tully Concert Hall at Lincoln Center, Ravinia Music Festival, San Francisco’s Herbst Theater, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Philadelphia's Academy of Music, New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Asociación Cultural Humboldt in Caracas, Venezuela.


Also dedicated to his role as an educator, Stowe is a faculty member at The Juilliard School and Chair of the Collaborative Piano department at New England Conservatory. In recent summers, he has taught at Aspen Music Festival and the Vancouver International Song Institute.  He has also given masterclasses for singers and pianists throughout the United States and abroad.  This season includes concerts and masterclasses in New York, Chicago, Beijing, Taipei, Vancouver, Boston, and Seville. 


Stowe holds a doctorate from Juilliard with a specialized focus in song and vocal chamber music.  He earned a Masters degree from The Peabody Conservatory (Johns Hopkins) and a Bachelors degree from Oberlin College Conservatory. He also studied at the North Carolina School of the Art, the Académie de Musique de Sion (Switzerland), and Tanglewood Music Center. Distinguished honors include prizes from the Wigmore Hall International Song Competition and Juilliard and professional grants from the Theodore Presser Foundation and University of Toronto.

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