Special Concerts

As his schedule allows, Dr. Cameron conducts special performances at home and abroad, and on occasion has appeared as a conductor with Hollywood celebrities.

Here is a listing of these performances.

Event Description

Wind Symphony Band 2013
February 7, 2013
Gustav Holst: The Planets
Duquesne University Wind Symphony
Robert C. Cameron, conductor
Carnegie Music Hall
Pittsburgh, PA

Maslanka
April 7, 2011
Maslanka: Symphony No. 8
David Maslanka Guest Composer
Duquesne University Wind Symphony
Robert C. Cameron, conductor
Carnegie Music Hall
Pittsburgh, PA

Silver Anniversary Concert 2010 November 5, 2010
Silver Anniversary Concert
Celebrating 25 Years of Excellence
Duquesne University Wind Symphony
Former students, guest conduct
Carnegie Music Hall
Pittsburgh, PA

H Robert Reynolds 2010
April 7, 2010
Honorary Doctorate-
H. Robert Reynolds Conductor
Thornton Wind Ensemble
University of Southern California
Director of Bands Emeritus
The University of Michigan
 

Stravinksy Flyer 2009
March 28, 2009
Music of Igor Stravinsky
Wind Symphony Chamber Concert
Robert C. Cameron, conductor
PNC Recital Hall
Pittsburgh, PA<

Exotic Birds 2008
December 8th, 2008
Oiseaux exotiques (Exotic Birds) by Olivier Messiaen
Duquesne University Chamber Winds Concert
Robert C. Cameron, conductor
PNC Recital Hall

Carnegie Hall 2004 April 4, 2004
Carnegie Hall Spotlight Concert
Duquesne University Wind Symphony
Robert C. Cameron, conductor
Jonathan Niederhiser, Associate Conductor
James Houlik, tenor saxophone
Carnegie Hall in NYC
New York City, New York

Review from Rolling Stone Magazine 2001
2001 International Poetry Forum
Review from Rolling Stone Magazine
With Lucinda Williams
Carnegie Hall
Pittsburgh, PA
Robert C. Cameron, conductor

International Poetry Forum 2000 2001 International Poetry Forum
Carnegie Music Hall
Pittsburgh, PA
Duquesne University Wind Symphony
Robert C. Cameron, conductor
with Brooke Shields, James Earl Jones, David Conrad, Vivica Geneaux 

At The Fulton 1991
December 5, 1991
World Renowned Soloists
Duquesne University Wind Symphony
Fulton Theater, Pittsburgh, PA
Robert C. Cameron, conductor
Donald Sinta, saxophone
Brian Bowman, euphonium
Stanley Leonard, timpani