Cameron Hill is currently the associate concertmaster of the ASO and also appears as soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player.
He has performed as a concerto soloist with many Australian orchestras, including the MSO, ASO, QSO, TSO, CSO and the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra.
He studied in Melbourne with Cathryn Bills, William Hennessy and Alice Waten, and in Vienna with Dora Schwarzberg and Boris Kuschnir.
Cameron has also had success in major competitions, winning both the 2006 ABC Young Performer of the Year, and the 2005 Dorcas McClean National Violin Competition.
He was the founding leader of the Hamer Quartet, appeared as leader of the Flinders Quartet, as principal viola of the ACO2, has toured Europe with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, and performs casually with the Australian Chamber Orchestra. During 2014, Cameron appeared as guest concertmaster of the MSO for several months and in 2015, toured and performed as guest leader of the Australian String Quartet.
Cameron is supported by The Baska Family via our Musical Chairs program.