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Adam
February 19th 2018
Cameron played bwv 542, my favorite Bach organ piece, better than I've ever heard it in my life! Thank you, Cameron, for playing that piece and shredding the hell out of it!!! 🤘
Poway, CA@
Poway On Stage (at Poway CPA) ITO
Sergio
February 13th 2017
Nothing less than Amazing! His mastery of his instrument is superb. His interpretations, among others, were:Bach/Rachmaninoff/Carpenter: in dulci JubiloBach: sinfonia from we thank thee bwv 27Bach: Praeludioum et fugue in EmVierne: Naïdes and charilion of weistmeinsterWagner: the singers of numbergScrabini: sonata for piano #4Bach: Passacaglia et Fugue in CmEncore:His best interpretation yet of Sousa's Star and stripes forever. Cameron never ceases to amaze and reinvent himself.
Kalamazoo, MI@
State Theatre ITO
Kaykay
June 8th 2016
Great concert by all standards. I got an autograph from Cameron as well.
Berlin, Germany@
Gendamenmarkt, Konzerthaus ITO
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About Cameron Carpenter

Cameron Carpenter – “the most controversial organist alive” (Dallas Morning News) – is “one of the rare musicians who changes the game of his instrument” (The Los Angeles Times) with performances that are “alternatingly dazzling and subtle, and always fired by a profound musical intelligence” (The Wall Street Journal).

Cameron challenges the ways in which the organist is promoted and the organ is played. His repertoire includes the complete organ works of Bach, Franck and Liszt, but he has adapted more than 200 works not for the organ: from the piano music of Liszt and Rachmaninoff to Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun and Mahler’s Fifth Symphony, to music from animé and film (Howl’s Moving Castle, Spirited Away, and scores by John Williams and Bernard Herrmann), and re-imaginings of songs by Kate Bush, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan and Annie Lennox. Bringing increased physicality to the organ as a former dancer, his supervirtuosic organ transcriptions of Chopin Études have led to comparisons as diverse as Vladimir Horowitz and Fred Astaire.

Cameron was a boy soprano who toured with the American Boychoir.
He holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees from The Juilliard School, from which he graduated in 2006.
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Genres:
Improvisation, Classical
Hometown:
New York City, New York

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Fan Reviews

Adam
February 19th 2018
Cameron played bwv 542, my favorite Bach organ piece, better than I've ever heard it in my life! Thank you, Cameron, for playing that piece and shredding the hell out of it!!! 🤘
Poway, CA@
Poway On Stage (at Poway CPA) ITO
Sergio
February 13th 2017
Nothing less than Amazing! His mastery of his instrument is superb. His interpretations, among others, were:Bach/Rachmaninoff/Carpenter: in dulci JubiloBach: sinfonia from we thank thee bwv 27Bach: Praeludioum et fugue in EmVierne: Naïdes and charilion of weistmeinsterWagner: the singers of numbergScrabini: sonata for piano #4Bach: Passacaglia et Fugue in CmEncore:His best interpretation yet of Sousa's Star and stripes forever. Cameron never ceases to amaze and reinvent himself.
Kalamazoo, MI@
State Theatre ITO
Kaykay
June 8th 2016
Great concert by all standards. I got an autograph from Cameron as well.
Berlin, Germany@
Gendamenmarkt, Konzerthaus ITO
View More Fan Reviews

About Cameron Carpenter

Cameron Carpenter – “the most controversial organist alive” (Dallas Morning News) – is “one of the rare musicians who changes the game of his instrument” (The Los Angeles Times) with performances that are “alternatingly dazzling and subtle, and always fired by a profound musical intelligence” (The Wall Street Journal).

Cameron challenges the ways in which the organist is promoted and the organ is played. His repertoire includes the complete organ works of Bach, Franck and Liszt, but he has adapted more than 200 works not for the organ: from the piano music of Liszt and Rachmaninoff to Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun and Mahler’s Fifth Symphony, to music from animé and film (Howl’s Moving Castle, Spirited Away, and scores by John Williams and Bernard Herrmann), and re-imaginings of songs by Kate Bush, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan and Annie Lennox. Bringing increased physicality to the organ as a former dancer, his supervirtuosic organ transcriptions of Chopin Études have led to comparisons as diverse as Vladimir Horowitz and Fred Astaire.

Cameron was a boy soprano who toured with the American Boychoir.
He holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees from The Juilliard School, from which he graduated in 2006.
Show More
Genres:
Improvisation, Classical
Hometown:
New York City, New York

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