Hons.B.Mus. (Music Education, Music Theory)
Cameron Streicher is a pianist, piano teacher, singer, and choral director living in Kitchener, Ontario. He studied piano at Wilfrid Laurier University with Prof. Anya Alexeyev and Dr. Joseph Ferretti. He graduated with a double degree in Music Education and Music Theory. Cam has received many awards including the Evelyn Mae McLaughlin Award for Music Education, the WLU President’s Award, and the Laurier Alumni Gold Medal Award for the Faculty of Music. Recent performance engagements included solo recitals in Neepawa, Manitoba and Hanover, ON. He is currently an active piano examiner with the Canadian National Conservatory of Music.
Besides piano playing, Cam also has a strong interest in singing, in particular choral music. He has studied vocal performance with Sandra Tucker and Brandon Leis and is the founder and director of two choirs, the Zion Mennonite Church Choir and a community choir in Milverton called Village Voices. The Zion Church Choir focuses on seasonal programming while Village Voices presents benefit concerts with the proceeds going to local charities. Cam is on faculty at the A Cappella Choir Camp in Jamaica and he sings in Oasis Chorale and Da Capo chamber choir.