Erin Cameron (b. 1993) enjoys a diverse career as a clarinetist, composer, and educator. Her clarinet playing has been heard in performances across the country, including appearances on Toledo’s WGTE radio station, with the North Texas Wind Symphony and Toledo Symphony, and on the Sounds Modern concert series in Fort Worth, Texas. Erin is an active educator and has worked with young musicians and artists at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp and the Missouri Fine Arts Academy, in addition to serving as a Teaching Fellow at the University of North Texas. An avid proponent of new music, she has performed over 30 world and regional premieres of new works by Kirsten Broberg, Daniel Harrison, Amy Dunker, and many others. Her compositions have been performed in collaboration with the International Contemporary Ensemble and Chicago’s Zafa Collective. Upcoming performing and composing projects include collaborations with Weston Olencki, Jay Derderian, Celka Ojakangas, Adam Kennaugh, and the Kamratōn ensemble of Pittsburgh. In her free time, Erin enjoys vegetarian cooking and nature walks. Erin is currently pursuing her doctorate in clarinet performance at the University of North Texas, studying with Kimberly Cole Luevano; she also holds degrees from Bowling Green State University and Northwestern University.