Victoria Camp is a classical pianist from Birmingham, Alabama and began studying piano at six years old. At the age of twelve, she began to study classical music and was able to attend a fine arts high school with a conservatory style training for musicians. In the summers, she travelled the country participating in music festivals and intensives at Florida State, Cleveland Institute of Music, and more. Victoria currently attends Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee where she is pursuing her Bachelor’s in Piano Performance and studies with Dr. Kristian Klefstad. Here, she works with the New Music Ensemble led by Dr. Mark Volker and performs twice a year with the ensemble. She is also the accompanist for Belmont University’s Chorale, Belmont’s flagship choral ensemble, led by distinguished conductor and composer Dr. Jeffery L. Ames. Victoria also is listed as a student accompanist and collaborates with vocalists, instrumentalists, and chamber groups. As a piano teacher, she works with beginner students as well as students applying for the piano minor program at Belmont University. Victoria believes that one of the best ways to improve her work as a performer is to teach other pianists and develop the artistic techniques of those learning. Outside the practice room, Victoria has served as the past Treasurer and current President of Belmont University’s Epsilon Lambda chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, an International Music Fraternity for Women and as an Arts Administration Intern at the Nashville Opera with Director John Hoomes and their wonderful staff. Victoria recently completed her Junior year with a Junior recital where she performed works by Franz Schubert, Jean-Philippe Rameau, François Couperin, Maurice Ravel, and Carl Vine. She is currently preparing for Graduate School and is attending the Brevard Music Center Summer Institute in Brevard, North Carolina in the summer of 2022.
You can find Victoria’s 2022 19th Century Music Competition piano performance here.