SHORT BIOGRAPHY: Cameron Horne has worked as a professional musician, a teacher and a church music director in the Tampa Bay area for over 25 years. He has been on the music faculty of several local colleges and performed as violinist, a singer, and a conductor, working with numerous commercial names, local opera and ballet productions, chamber music ensembles and community and professional orchestras. Cameron received his formal education in music from USF in Tampa.
photo-cameron-horneFULL BIOGRAPHY: Cameron Horne is a native of Florida and graduated with honors from the University of South Florida School of Music where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in violin and voice and a Master’s degree in choral conducting. He has performed with many orchestras, chamber groups, and vocal ensembles throughout central Florida and the Tampa Bay area. As a graduate student at USF, Mr. Horne worked as assistant to Dr. Edward Cumming, the Resident Conductor of the Florida Orchestra from 1991 to 1993. In September of 1992, Mr. Horne was guest conductor of the Palm Beach Pops Orchestra for the grand opening of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach. In 1992 and 1993, Mr. Horne attended The Conductor’s Institute in South Carolina and Connecticut. Mr. Horne received the “Emerging Artist Grant” from the Arts Council of Hillsborough County in 1993 as partial sponsorship for the Connecticut Institute. Mr. Horne was conductor of the Suncoast Symphony Orchestra from 1993 to 1995 and co-founded the St. Petersburg Symphony in 1996.

As a violinist he has played in symphony, oratorio, opera and ballet orchestras including The Florida Orchestra in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater, The Southwest Florida Symphony in Fort Myers, The Imperial Symphony Orchestra in Lakeland, The Tampa Bay Pops and The Mostly Pops Orchestra (as concertmaster and a member of the board of directors).
Mr. Horne has also performed with such commercial names as The Joffrey Ballet, The Canadian Brass, Luciano Pavarotti, Dudley Moore, Tony Bennett, Ray Charles, Herb Alpert, Lee Greenwood, Chet Atkins, Robert Merrill, Herbie Mann, Barry Tuckwell, Roger Williams, Eugene Fodor, Frankie Laine, Patty Page and Jane Powell. As a singer he was a founding member of the Tampa Bay Master Chorale under the direction of Dr. Robert Summer and performed with Robert Shaw and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in the 1991 Telarc recording of Mahler’s Symphony No. 8, the “Symphony of a Thousand.” From 1997 to 2000, Mr. Horne was an Adjunct Professor of Music at Hillsborough Community College and Clearwater Christian College, and has throughout his career maintained a studio of private music students. He founded and continues to perform with The Concord Chamber Players, a group of professional musicians and music educators from around the Tampa Bay and central Florida area. In the past 25 years, Mr. Horne has been the music director of six different central Florida and Tampa Bay area churches.
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