Erin Cameron is a clarinetist, composer, and new music advocate. She has been heard in performances across the country, including appearances on Toledo’s WGTE radio station and with Ohio’s Noise-to-Signal Ensemble, of which she is a founding member. She has played with several symphonies, including the Toledo Symphony, Adrian (MI) Symphony, and Lima (OH) Symphony. Erin is an active educator and has worked with young clarinet players at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp and at the Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne Summer Woodwind Camp, in addition to serving as the Graduate Teaching Assistant at Bowling Green State University. An avid proponent of new music, she has performed over 30 world and regional premieres of new works for the clarinet. Her compositions have been performed in collaboration with the International Contemporary Ensemble and Chicago’s Zafa Collective. Upcoming projects include collaborations with composers Weston Olencki, Adam Kennaugh, and Aaron Hynds.
Erin is currently pursuing her doctorate at the University of North Texas, where she studies with Kimberly Cole Luevano. She received a master’s degree in clarinet performance from Bowling Green State University and bachelor’s degrees in clarinet performance and music composition from Northwestern University. Her principal teachers include Kevin Schempf, Steve Cohen, J. Lawrie Bloom, and Leslie Grimm (clarinet); and Hans Thomalla, Jay Alan Yim, and Juan Campoverde (composition).