Sandy Cameron

Sandy Cameron (biography)
There is no one I know that truly encompasses music more than violinist Sandy Cameron. She offers fresh, unique, and well thought out interpretations which are delivered with panache. Sandy has been an instant hit with Wyoming audiences, and we hope to welcome her back many more times! - Christopher Dragon, Music Director, Wyoming Symphony Orchestra & Resident Conductor, Colorado Symphony
...violin virtuoso Sandy Cameron — a regular collaborator of Elfman’s — brought the house down (as usual) with another dazzling intermission performance that only further confirmed her stature as the rock star of the classical music world. - CINEGODS
One of the most thrilling collaborations I have ever had was with the amazing violinist Sandy Cameron in the Elfman Violin Concerto. Sandy's superlative technique and her passionate sense of drama made each performance- in Buffalo, Virginia and Honolulu- breathtaking. She is absolutely a force of nature. - JoAnn Falletta, Music Director, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra
There are many superlative violinists in the world, but there is no one like the unforgettable Sandy Cameron. Uncompromising, precise, passionate and adored by a vast audience. We’ve performed together in London, Paris, Hamburg, Vienna, Los Angeles, and Lincoln Center—and always to a standing ovation. - John Mauceri
...violinist Sandy Cameron introduced the second half with a dazzling solo that was electrifying and compelling as any violin solo you will ever see. - Forbes
Sandy is a star. Her performances of the Barber concerto were stunning! And our orchestra and the Philly audience just loved her. - Dirk Brossé, Music Director, The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia
In the hands of the stunningly gifted Cameron, Elfman’s concerto has all the championing it needs. Cameron’s dynamic stage presence and dancer-like physicality, along with a piercingly gorgeous tone and effortless upper register playing left the audience stunned. Indeed the best thing one can say about Cameron’s performance is that she didn’t play the work – she owned it. - Buffalo News
Central to this suite was a demonic, Paganini-inspired violin solo, played with steamy virtuosity by Sandy Cameron. This episode, a shameless showstopper… - The New York Times
Elfman’s ‘Eleven Eleven’ on Stage with Sibelius and Prokofiev in Northridge
Sandy Cameron’s journey from Cirque du Soleil to solo star with the RSNO
Review: ‘Danny Elfman’s Music From the Films of Tim Burton,’ Macabre Yet Sweet
03/23/2024
San Jose, CA
03/24/2024
San Jose, CA
11/22/2024
Philadelphia, PA
Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia
11/24/2024
Philadelphia, PA
Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia