Cameron Rehberg, Violin and Viola

Cameron Rehberg is currently a freelance violist in the Knoxville area, and a violin and viola instructor at the Knoxville Suzuki Academy. He received his Bachelors of Music in Viola performance from UNT, and an Artist Certificate from the University of Tennessee where he was a Graduate Teaching Assistant to Hillary Herndon. Mr. Rehberg has studied privately with Bruce Williams, Cynthia Roberts, Dr. Ames Asbell, Dr. Susan Dubois, Hillary Herndon, and Dr. Wendy Richman. Mr. Rehberg has attended the Sewanee, Roundtop, and Montecito festivals, the Karen Tuttle Coordination Workshop, Winter Viola Intensive, and is a registered Suzuki instructor. An in demand orchestral violist, Mr. Rehberg has played with the Monroe Symphony Orchestra, Midland-Odessa Symphony Orchestra, Allen Philharmonic Orchestra, San Angelo Symphony, Irving Symphony Orchestra, Texas Festival Orchestra, and Sewanee Symphony. Cameron Rehberg has extensive experience in performing contemporary music, having premiered several pieces from UNT’s and UT’s composition programs, in addition to collaborating with and working on living composers works. Cameron is a sought after chamber musician having collaborated with artist such as Carol Rodland, Kristin Wolfe Jensen, Nancy Buck, Eric Reed, Eric Wong, Stephen Balderston, Erica Kiesewetter, and Brett Shurtliffe. Cameron has also collaborated with popular artists Tim McGraw, Josh Groban, and the Trans Siberian Orchestra. At UNT Cameron Rehberg was very involved with the Baroque Orchestra playing on period instruments under the direction of Paul Leenhouts. Cameron Rehberg was in high demand with the jazz department at UNT, regularly collaborating with students, faculty and jazz musicians in the area. Mr. Rehberg is as comfortable playing jazz and popular music, as he is on a baroque period instrument, or performing contemporary music, as well as the classical chamber and symphonic canon.