Cameron Wirtz studied at the UCLA Herb Albert School of Music under world-renowned musicians and educators such as Movses Pogossian and Margaret Flanagan-Lysy. Cameron has also studied at the California Institute of Music under the direction of Michael, Irina, and Pasha Tseitlin. Cameron is trained in violin, vocal performance, and music industry and obtains a music education credential. Cameron has performed with the UCLA Philharmonia Orchestra, San Diego Philharmonic, Santa Monica Symphony, UCLA Chamber Singers and San Diego Youth Symphony. His travels have included singing under the direction of conductor JoAnn Falletta with the UCLA Chamber Singers and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra; orchestral violin performance concerts in the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing, China and the Oriental Art Center in Shanghai, China with the San Diego Youth Symphony. Under the direction of James Bass, Cameron received a GRAMMY for Best Choral Performance with the UCLA chamber singers. Cameron has an established studio where he teaches violin, cello, bass, viola and voice. He has been a music educator for orchestral, band, voice and music technology programs at schools including Santa Monica High School, La Jolla Country Day, and Brockton Elementary in the Los Angeles Unified school district. With his experience as a music educator, he founded Musicians With a Purpose (www.musicianswithapurpose.com
) where he brings music to under-resourced schools, retirement communities, and other community organizations. Cameron quickly found a need for a more effective and independent way for musicians to practice their scales. Thus, he created NuTune Music with the goal of offering a program that allows students to learn music scales, anytime, anywhere, and with pinpointed customization.