Tap Program | Drummer
Cameron MacIntosh picked up the sticks at age nine and was the youngest student ever of Joe Morello’s. MacIntosh attended Manhattan School of Music’s Precollege Program, where his ensemble won the DownBeat award for “Best Precollege Combo.” As a student at Jazz House Kids, MacIntosh participated in Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Essentially Ellington Competition and won “Outstanding Soloist” and “Outstanding Rhythm Section.” With Jazz House, MacIntosh played with icons Christian McBride, Lou Donaldson, Jimmy Heath, Al Jarreau, and David Sanborn. He was a member of the 2012 and 2014 GRAMMY Jazz Ensembles, where he recorded at Capitol Records, played with Chick Corea and Anthony Hamilton, and participated in the GRAMMY Cultural exchange program. MacIntosh was a three-year member of the Monterey Jazz Festival’s Next Generation Jazz Orchestra. MacIntosh was a 2015 YoungArts Finalist, a member of the Brubeck Institute Summer Jazz Colony, has played with the Vail Jazz Workshop, and is a graduate of The Juilliard School. In addition to performing with jazz luminaries and playing at prestigious festivals and venues internationally, he will receive his Masters of Music Diploma from Juilliard in the spring of 2020.