Sandy Cameron

Sandy Cameron (biography)
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