Sally Cameron is a singer and saxophonist from Adelaide, South Australia.
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Cameron was trained as a classical singer from an early age and went on to study both classical and jazz at The Elder Conservatorium of Music.
Since 2001, as the compere and solo singer of The Band of the South Australia Police, Sally sang and played daily in many ensembles including concert band, stage band, rock band, small jazz combo, marching band, Dixieland jazz band and vocal group. Besides performing she also currently enjoys teaching and adjudicating.
In 1995 and 1996 Sally won the Adelaide Junior Vocal Championship two years running. As an Elder Conservatorium orchestral scholarship student for 1997 and 1998, Sally was able to further her skills as a saxophonist in conjunction with studying vocal jazz performance with the world renowned, Connaitre Miller.
She was a founding member of Pure Harmony Vocal Quartet (along with Naomi Crellin) that recorded and performed together for 10 years until 2002 when Naomi joined The Idea Of North. Cameron also joined The Idea of North in February 2007 giving her the opportunity to combine two great loves – vocal jazz and a cappella music.