Dr. Cameron Walter teaches rehearsal techniques, trombone, brass chamber music, wind literature and instrumental pedagogy.
He holds the Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from the University of Toronto and the Doctor of Education degree from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. He completed post-graduate performance studies at New York University and the Aspen Music School as a scholarship student.
Active as a concert band clinician and adjudicator, he teaches at the Durham Integrated Arts Camp, Trillium Lakelands Arts Camp and the U. of T. PowerMusic Camps. He has conducted the University of Toronto Wind Ensemble, Wind Symphony, Brass Band and coaches brass chamber ensembles. He also teaches collaborative performance and music business skills at the Conference for Performers in Italy at Università Popolare di Roma. Cam Walter has an extensive background as trombonist and bass trombonist with the Canadian Opera Company, the National Ballet Orchestra, Tafelmusik, Hannaford Street Silver Band, Arraymusic, the music theatre productions of R. Murray Schafer, the Howard Cable Brass, as conductor on CD with the Canadian Brass and as an extra musician with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. He performs frequently in horn sections and bands backing up artists in the pop music world. Prior to his appointment at the University of Toronto, he taught at the Royal Conservatory of Music, the Toronto French School, the University of Saskatchewan, York University and for the Toronto District School Board.