Pianist | Tenor | Composer
Camden Bonsu-Stewart (b.2004) also known as camdenmusique, is a neoclassical pianist, opera singer and composer from South London.
Camden began his piano studies at six years old, under the tutelage of Ingrida Dremaine, passing his Grade 8 ABRSM exam in 2021. At the age of seven, Camden joined the Libera choir as one of the lead soloists and featured on multiple album recordings, concerts, and appearances on TV.
After amassing millions of followers online, Camden’s public piano videos have led to many opportunities. He is drawn to public pianos as he believes “music is a universal language and should be made accessible to all for healing and enjoyment”.
Now a highly sought-after pianist and a Young Ambassador in the Lang Lang Foundation, Camden has performed at various venues in London, including Abbey Road Studios, Southbank Centre and the Burlington Arcade. He never fails to captivate his audience and transport the listener into a different dimension with his ethereal melodies.
As well as original works, Camden has a particular affinity for playing film scores and pop classics. Camden is very passionate about sharing his music as a uniting force, particularly for people going through a dark time.
Camden is currently in his second year at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama studying opera singing under the tutelage of Professor Marilyn Rees. Camden looks forward to developing his artistry further, through his future works.