Harry Cameron-Penny is The Richard Carne Junior Fellow for Individuals 2013-14.
Harry graduated from the Royal College of Music in 2011 and has since enjoyed a varied career, encompassing orchestral and west end work, contemporary music and sessions - alongside his commitments as a chamber musician and soloist.
In 2013 he gave his Wigmore Hall debut under the auspices of the Park Lane Group, and in 2014 he will be appearing as soloist in the Bridgewater Hall for the Manchester Midday Concerts Society. He will also be performing Morton Gould's Derivations at Blackheath Concert Halls next season with Michael Collins conducting.
Harry was appointed the Richard Carne Junior Fellow for Individuals at Trinity Laban for 2013-2014 - a position that sees him taking clarinet classes, coaching chamber music, giving concerts and working with the composition students.
The Richard Carne Trust was set up in 2006 to assist talented young people in the performing arts. The Trust also supports the Richard Carne Quartets in Residence at Trinity Laban.