French Horn Coach
Cameron Elliott is a first-year Ph.D. student in music education at the Frost School of Music. Prior to coming to Frost, Cameron was a music educator for five years at the middle and high school levels in North Carolina and Utah. His experience includes courses in band, choir, guitar, and ukulele. Additionally, he has held previous positions as the assistant director of the Charlotte Pride Band in Charlotte, NC, and director of the Lesbian Gay Band Association’s World Pride Band at the 2019 World Pride Festival in New York City. His interests as a researcher include mentor relationships in the student teaching experience, LGBTQIA+ issues in music education, access and equity in music higher education, music education philosophy, and music teacher education best practice. Cameron has presented at state music education conferences in Iowa, New Mexico, and Utah. He holds a Bachelor of Music in music education from East Carolina University in North Carolina, and a Masters of Music Education with an emphasis in pedagogy from The Hartt School Conservatory at the University of Hartford in Connecticut, as well as a certification in Smithsonian Folkways World Music Pedagogy.