Kameron Ghanavati

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Kameron is a recent graduate from the Eastman School of Music where he received his Master of Music degree. Before that, he earned his Bachelor of Music at the University of Delaware. A winner of the UD NATS competition in 2015 and semi-finalist in the Classical Singer Competition in 2013, Kameron has earned a positive reputation. At UD, he was a member of the University of Delaware’s award winning group Vocal Point.  He was selected to partake in the prestigious Houston Grand Opera’s “Young Artist Vocal Academy” in 2015 and was selected to premiere Lori Laitman’s work “Are Women People?” in March of 2017. In high school, Kameron had one of the top 15 scores in the NJ All State Chorus (tenor section) and also participated in the NJ Southern Region Chorus. He performed with the University of Delaware Opera Theatre, award winning University of Delaware Chorale under Dr. Paul Head, worked closely with the famed pedagogue and singer Robert Swensen, Eastman Opera Theatre, Ocean City Theatre Company, and performed with the Eastman Philharmonic Orchestra as a soloist. On top of that, Kameron has an extensive background in art song, a cappella, operatic repertoire, early music, and music from the choral oeuvre. He is excited to merge his passions together and to teach many amazing students!