Cameron Michael Fehring is a Composer, Lyricist, Writer, and Performer.He was born and raised in Wyoming, educated in Montana, and is currently splitting time between Wyoming and New York City. His hometown is comically small but offered a surprising amount of opportunity. Cameron started his performing career when he was very young and fell in love with every aspect of the stage. He has had the privilege of working and studying theatre from all aspects and angles.
He fell in love with music of all styles and varieties, and this is evidenced in his work. He studied Theory, Composition, and Counterpoint as well as Song Form, Lyric Writing, and Playwriting during his time at the University of Montana. He also studied classical and contemporary vocal technique. He has performed and toured with numerous groups including the jazz ensembles; "Times-a-Wastin' Big Band," "Papa Clutch and the Shifters," the vocal groups; "JazzMagic," the "Jubileers," and "The Acapella Ensemble," and the Bands; "SoulFire," "The Fehrings," and "Menage-E-Nah." He has also written original music for Central Wyoming College's Production of "Steel Magnolias," Montana Actor's Theatre's "Richard III," and contributed songs to shows for Montana Actor's Theatre, Central Wyoming College, The University of Montana, Fremont County Arts, Dry With a Twist of Theatrics, Communal Pancake Performing Arts, and Secret Weapon Productions.His current projects include: "The Retail Song Cycle," a brand new, full-length musical that uses a true story, verbatim customer interactions, and true to life characters to explore how people treat one another and what happens when a person gets caught in the middle; "Jerry's Riot," the tale of a man who brought a Montana prison town to its knees in 1959. Based on the remarkable true story, this musical explores the mind of a sociopath and the lives he changes; "The Antecedent Event" a quirky exploration of the human condition before we can remember.
Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Adapting true human experiences to the most theatrical American Art form, one show at a time.