Cameron Music

Hi!

Alastair Cameron picSo, what do I do? Well, a fair few things…

Musically, I am a composer, conductor, teacher, and play various instruments (to varying degrees of competence). I also narrate audiobooks, but that’s not really what this site is about, although it may crop up.

I am primarily a classical musician, having studied piano and clarinet from a young age, and then doing a music degree specialising in composing and conducting . Most of my compositions lean more towards the “classical” genre, but can incorporate elements of jazz, folk and pretty much anything else that takes my fancy. So, dotted around the site, you will find a mixture of different things.  I also teach classical piano at the Budapest British International School, and conduct the Gabrieli Choir.

Scroll down to browse through what I have been getting up to recently, or follow the links on the left if you are looking for anything specific.

If you’re really interested in the posh sounding biography, it is: here.

Advertisement for an Italian Newspaper

I was commissioned to compose the music for an Italian newspaper advertisement.

Lo strillone – Corriere della Sera  ( Digital Edition )

Advertisement – GCOM

Second Wind

Short film Second Wind (dir. Sergey Tsyss) received 60 international awards and was screened at more than 300 festivals selections in 50 countries worldwide.

Mr Sneaks Ep.4

Another episode of Mr sneaks by Antoons that I have composed the music for.

Late Night

I absolutely don’t consider myself a jazz musician; although I enjoy jazz, it is not a genre that I am experienced in or knowledgeable about. That said, I do seem to end up writing quite a lot of jazz-inspired tunes…

Puck’s Dance

I decided it was time I did a bit more writing of concert music, rather than worrying about trying to composer more commercially-orientated music for media. So, here is a short piano piece that I recently came up with.

The score is available either to preview or buy from score-exchange

Good King Wenceslas

This is a Jazz-inspired arrangement of the popular carol. The first verse is as one would expect, but the second should give the audience a surprise.