Kameron Markworth is a versatile up‐and‐coming artist, composer, and educator who is currently active in the greater New York City area. In addition to leading his own ensembles, he has had the opportunity to perform with prominent artists and educators including John Swana, Corey Christiansen, Pat Harbison, Jim Holton, Mike Hackett, Luke Gillespie, & Steve Houghton.
In 2009 Kameron earned his Masters of Music degree in Jazz Studies from Indiana University, where he was the winner of the Dean’s Scholarship and served as an Associate Instructor under the direction of legendary jazz pedagogue Dr. David N. Baker. In the summer of 2009, Kameron was invited to participate in the Steans Institute for Young Artists where he was given the opportunity to collaborate with some of todays most talented young artists while being coached by Rufus Reid, James Moody, David Baker, and Nathan Davis. Kameron holds music degrees from McNally Smith College of Music, Augsburg College, and Indiana University.
Kameron teaches private lessons for both Electric and Upright Bass. Due to his education and wide depth of playing experiences, Kameron can help beginners through advanced bassists work on technique, reading skill, theory, tune learning, and ear training. Kameron specializes in several different styles from Classical to Rock, Jazz to Country. His recent activities have led him to perform and provide clinics with the Jay Ware Quintet, a group that serves as artists-in- residence for a variety of University and High School Jazz Festivals across the country.