“...captured the emotional radiance and buoyant
energy…with astounding expertise.”
“Cameron's tone is brilliant and expressive, his range impressive”
FORT WORTH STAR TELEGRAM
“Tenor Scot R. Cameron was impressive,
always clarion-clear of voice and diction and expressively on target.”
“Scot R. Cameron was the Evangelist of dreams, his tenor firm on the lowest notes,
soaring sweetly on high. And how dramatically he colored his voice, by turns sober, anxious, conspiratorial, irate, horrified and tender.”
DALLAS MORNING NEWS
Scot holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Vocal Performance and Sacred Music from Appalachian State University in his hometown of Boone, North Carolina and a Master of Arts degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Scot has traveled across the United States as a concert artist and has performed internationally including Israel, Latvia, Spain, France, England, China, Brazil, Taiwan, Ukraine, and Singapore.
Scot has been a featured guest at Focus on the Family, Chuck Swindoll Ministries, Marketplace Ministries, the Baptist General Convention of Texas, the National Religious Broadcasters Conference, Christian Medical/Dental Society, National Fellowship of Christian Performers, Singapore Bible College, and has been a television guest on Swan's Place and the Dino Show. As a classical artist, he has performed with Concert Royale at Princeton University, Fort Worth/Dallas Ballet, Hallelujah Oratorio Society in Singapore, Saint Thomas Church (New York), Dallas Bach Society, Chorus Austin, Orchestra of New Spain, Early Music Foundation of New York, Rochester Bach Festival, Houston Masterworks Chorus, Texas Camerata, New York Baroque Dance Company, the Orquestra Sinfonica y Coro de Radio Television Espanola en Madrid, and the Fort Worth Symphony. He is featured on the Dorian recording, Madrid 1752, “Sacred Music from the Chapel of Spain” and Alexander’s Feast by the Bach Sinfonia of Washington. He made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2003 singing with the Sacramento Choral Society and the New England Philharmonic.