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'Singing sensation' Thomas Cameron is a charismatic young English tenor, whose powerful voice has been described as having velvet-like qualities and is making waves in the world of classical music.
Thomas has worked with a number of people on his latest works, including Irish music producer Robert Macleod (Universal, Grapevine Records, Bwitched) and sound engineer Scott Barnett (Peter Gabriel, Beyoncé), recording at the world famous Real World Studios, owned by Peter Gabriel.
He has also worked with the likes of Alex Gordon (Kate Nash, Sigrid) at the world famous studio Abbey Road, when mastering his debut album.
After recording his first album in 2018, Thomas successfully secured a ten date summer tour across the United Kingdom and Ireland at an array of different festivals.
One of the highlights of this summer tour, included two
appearances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where he performed at the Arthur Conan Doyle Centre and Stockbridge Church, two of the finest venues in Edinburgh.
Another highlight was selling out two shows on the Isle of Wight for the Ventnor Fringe Festival.
Thomas Cameron was nominated for a Classical Brit Award at the 2018 ceremony held at The Royal Albert Hall. He was entered in to the 'Sound of Classical Poll' category, shining a light on the future of classical music.
On 12th July 2018, the first single 'Bring Him Home' from Thomas Cameron's debut album 'The Voice of Thomas Cameron' was launched at Buckland House to a sold out audience.
In June 2018, Thomas Cameron made his debut appearance on BBC Radio, appearing on BBC Radio Devon on 16th June and premiering his debut single 'Bring Him Home'. The following month, Thomas made his debut television appearance on BBC One, being interviewed on BBC Spotlight about his career to date and his first single 'Bring Him Home'.
During October 2018, Thomas worked with a number of composers across the globe, working closely with them to help bring their compositions to life. He was blown away by their talents and was delighted to feature on a number of their compositions.
On 1st November 2018, the second single 'Nothing Lasts Forever', an original song written in collaboration with Irish singer/songwriter Pat Fagan, was released at the stunning Buckland House to yet another sold out audience.
As his Irish fan base has grown, Thomas has played a number of prestigious venues in Ireland.
He performed at the 'Cork Arts Theatre' in November 2018, as well as 'The Forge' in Limerick in December 2018 to a sold out audience.
In July 2019, one of Thomas' largest concert successes to date took place where he performed a headline show to a sold out audience in the world renowned National Concert Hall of Ireland (pictured to the right), principal national venue for classical music concerts in Ireland. Thomas was joined on the stage by special guest, Irish singer/songwriter Pat Fagan where they performed Thomas' second single 'Nothing Lasts Forever' written by Pat himself.
Thomas is delighted to have been asked to return in 2020 for another performance.
Thomas has signed his first management contract with Start Up Music Management and is delighted to be working closely with his new manager Robert Macleod on a number of exciting projects.
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Summer 2019 saw Thomas touring the UK and Ireland with 20 headline shows, including shows at The Reading Minster, The Old Theatre Royal Bath, Stockbridge Church Edinburgh and many others with a number of sold out shows and added dates due to demand.
He also attended many festivals, which saw him return to The Ventnor Fringe festival, where he was yet again greeted with two sell out audiences at the Ventnor Arts Club, as well as taking part in The Shaftesbury Fringe Festival with a performance at the beautiful Shaftesbury Arts Centre.
Thomas also took part in the Reading, Great Yorkshire, Bath, Ludlow and Galway Fringe.
After performing at The Galway Fringe Festival 2019, Thomas was awarded the 'Best Live Music' award, for his performance at the festival.
The music videos for Thomas' latest releases have been well received worldwide on his social media channels and with all the views combined, he is heading for nearly half a million views.
His performance of 'Bring Him Home' from the world famous 'Les Misérables' also saw Thomas being nominated for the Insure4Music 'Best in Music Award 2019'.
Since returning from his summer tour, Thomas has began working with a number of songwriters from across the globe on some very exciting projects. These include songwriters from Sweden, America, Australia and Ireland. This has led to Thomas expanding into other countries and growing a fanbase in different corners of the world, with a number of developments in these countries for 2020 already.
November 2019 saw the successful global release of Thomas Cameron's debut album, with copies being sent to the UK, Ireland, USA, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Canada and Spain.
Thomas has also been involved with a charity single release, that climbed the Amazon Music Chart reaching number 2, as well as reaching number 25 on the UK iTunes pop chart.
"Already wowing the music world”
“I have witnessed Thomas Cameron's voice draw people in until there is a silence in the air that you can hear. His voice is truly a gift”
Robert Macleod/ UK Music Producer
"The voice of character and serenity”
Kris Emmett, Director of Music, St Michael's Church, Chagford
“The room fell silent and chins were hitting tables left, right and centre"
Vern Allen Agency Music Reviewer
“As Thomas projects his spellbinding voice you feel your troubles melt away and everything seems right in the world - 5 stars"
Camilla Joyce, Former Express and Echo Reviewer
What fans of Thomas Cameron have to say...
'Thomas Cameron's voice is truly stunning!'
'Wow...what a voice...'
'God bless your beautiful voice...'
'I could listen to this forever, beautiful'