Cameron Robert Watson brings to the piano a broad view of music. In addition to teaching, examining, adjudication and performance throughout Canada, he has recorded numerous solo programs for CBC; written music for theatre, film and dance; and performed both as pianist and narrator in interdisciplinary projects combining dance, visual art and poetry. Among numerous interdisciplinary projects including a dance documentary and an award nominated dramatic short, he was recently featured in the FAVA Gala in Edmonton performing live, accompanying a film inspired by the works of Claude Debussy.
In addition to these activities, Watson is a legal scholar, possessing an LLB from the University of Alberta, and was the winner of the 2000 Gordon F. Henderson/SOCAN Copyright Award for his work on music copyright. He is also a contributor to International Piano, the premier worldwide publication on piano and pianists. Watson can be found on YouTube: https://youtu.be/oqqg2rAIQOA or: https://youtu.be/2S4BXLUYmx8 among others.
Watson’s key piano mentors include: Boris Roubakine, Leonard Isaacs, William Aide, Jane Coop and the eminent Gyorgy Sebök as well as composers Luigi Zanninnelli and Dr. Gerhardt Wuensch. Watson holds a Bachelor of Music with distinction in piano performance from the University of Calgary and a Master of Music in performance and composition from the University of Western Ontario.
Instrument / Discipline
- Youth (7-17)
- Teacher's home
- Teacher's studio