Kameron began his musical studies at the age of 5 in the sleepy seaside town of Ocean City, NJ and quickly found his passion through music. After years of intense study and dedication, Kameron has made it a mission of his to utilize his musical tools as a vehicle for his artistry and to find ways to be more innovative and creative in our ever-changing world.
Kameron is currently a professional member of the touring ensemble, Choral Chameleon, and volunteers on the side as a Marketing Associate to help implement various Marketing and Business strategies to better the choir and help bring innovative concerts to the musical community.
He is also a returning member and singer with the professional ensemble Mastersingers of Wilmington and can be heard around the New York City area with groups like the St. Ignatius Choir and Empire City Mens Chorus.
When not performing on stage, Kameron remains active as a private voice instructor to students of all ages. His teaching philosophy is based in invoking critical thinking skills to allow students to explore and broaden their musical horizons.
In the 2019-2020 season, Kameron was selected to perform as a young artist with Opera Southwest and understudied the leading role in the recently unearthed operatic comedy “Alí Baba”.
He looks forward to performing as Agenore in “Il re Pastore” with Little Opera Theater of New York and as Guiseppe in “La Traviata” with City Lyric Opera, both in New York City.
Mr. Ghanavati’s notable roles include Ruggiero in “La Liberazione di Ruggiero” (Opera Ithaca), Nerone in “L’incoronazione di Poppea” (Eastman Opera Theater), William-King Noel in the world premiere of “The Infinite Energy of Ada Lovelace” (Opera Ithaca), Belmonte in “Die Entführung aus dem serail” (UD Opera Theater), Laurie in and Mark Adamo’s “Little Women” (UD Opera Theater).
Kameron is a recent graduate of the Eastman School of Music (2018) where he studied under Robert Swensen and is also a graduate from the University of Delaware (2016) under the tutelage of Dr. Blake Smith. While at the University of Delaware, Kameron was the co-recipient of the prestigious F. Warren James Memorial Award, which is awarded to outstanding voice majors who posses and demonstrate high artistry.