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“…He carried off the Maggie Teyte accompanist prize for a marvellous Messiaen performance, and his sympathy with French music in particular is remarkable. He is not only technically accomplished to a high degree, but displays a real feel for colour…unhampered by any fuss and pretension: he gets to the heart of the matter…and has a real ability to work extremely hard to the highest purpose and with real musical verve”
Graham Johnson OBE FRAM FGSM


“…John is quite simply, in my opinion, one of the finest young British accompanists…A consummate musician and a reliable, considerate and thoughtful partner for performers of a wide range of personality types”
Robin Bowman Mmus FGSM FRCO ARCM AKC


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“A lot of the credit was due to the pianist, John Cameron, who precisely created a mood of strangeness (Strauss- Ophelia Lieder). In fact, his playing was a pleasure throughout the evening - clean, light and alert”
The Independent 27th September 2000 (review of Wigmore Hall debut)


“…John…is an extremely sensitive and musical performer…polished technique and fine musicianship…” Sarah Walker CBE FRCM FGSM


“I have always had great respect for his pianistic and musical abilities. He remains coolly intelligent under pressure and always well connected to the beat…good-humoured, helpful to the singers and entirely professional”
Jonathan Hinden - Principal Coach, Glyndebourne Festival Opera
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"John Cameron is a constant strength...and it would be good if (he) could be chosen to record Stevenson’s legion of folk-based piano solos. This is Editor's disc of the month."
Rob Barnett - Editor, MusicWeb International