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Finally after eighteen months of work, I can share with you my new song cycle (and album!) for mezzo soprano and string quartet, The Art of Disappearing, based on the poetry of Sarah Holland-Batt.

Performed by Jenny Duck-Chong (Halcyon), Geist String Quartet, Cover Art by Luke Moseley, Audio Engineer and Producer, Jayson McBride

Produced with the assistance of Fine Music 102.5FM’s Stephen Kruger Scholarship, this mammoth 60-minute song cycle has been a wonderful collaboration with a great team, please head over to Kammerklang to read more.

In addition to the digital release (which you can pre-order from Bandcamp above), we’re crowdfunding a physical CD release – if you’d like to support us please check out the campaign here.



Cameron Lam

Cameron Lam (b.1989) is a freelance composer, the Artistic Director of Australian hybrid-art production company, Kammerklang, and the Art Music Specialist at the Australasian Performing Rights Association (APRA AMCOS).

Named in 2020 as one of The Music Network’s 30 under 30 future leaders of the music industry, Cameron’s career has focused on collaboration, interdisciplinary practice, and entrepreneurship. His music has been described by Limelight Magazine as “a fantastical world in which mythological stories come to life” and “infused with a Northern European sensibility – dark, emotional, restrained”.

Kangaroo artwork (above) by Marigold Bartlett for the Aussie Art Music playlist

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Most scores and recordings of my works are available from Kammerklang or the Australian Music Centre. For older works, premiere performances or commissions please contact me directly.

Click below for a selected list of works.

Tasmanian Devil artwork (above) by Marigold Bartlett for the Aussie Art Music Archive playlist

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