Dr. Cameron Fuhrman is a pianist, teacher, and musical academic. Born in rural Central Oregon, she began taking piano lessons at age five and teaching them at age eleven. She has given solo, collaborative, and concerto performances across the United States and has received numerous awards for her teaching and research.
As a solo pianist, Cameron performs across the country in a variety of venues, ranging from traditional concert halls to art museums to school assemblies. She also appears regularly as a collaborative pianist, performing with singers and instrumentalists for concerts, competitions, and community outreach opportunities.
Active as a teacher, Cameron maintains a private piano studio and serves as an instructor of theory and aural skills at Georgia Southern University. Pedagogical interests drive much of her research; her current on-going projects range from a 25-video YouTube series on the use of theoretical analysis as an aid to performance, to an exploration of cross-cultural learning styles in the American collegiate music classroom.
Cameron completed a DMA in Piano Performance and Literature under the tutelage of Natalya Antonova, with a minor in Chamber Music, at the Eastman School of Music in 2020. She also holds an MA in Theory Pedagogy and an MM in Piano Performance and Literature from Eastman. She earned a BA in Music from Hillsdale College. Cameron is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda. She was a P.E.O. Scholar for the 2019-2020 school year.
Cameron has performed in master classes and coachings for numerous notable pianists, such as Jean Barr, Vladimir Feltsman, Leon Fleisher, Douglas Humpherys, Olga Kern, Jerome Lowenthal, Yong Hi Moon, and Thomas Schumacher. Her primary teachers are Natalya Antonova, Albert Kim, and Omri Shimron.
She lives in Savannah, GA, with her husband, Jacob.