A passionate chamber musician with a diverse background, Cameron Daly (b. 1996) joined the Callisto Quartet after a two year tenure with the Naples Philharmonic. He has appeared as a soloist with the Yale Symphony Orchestra as a winner of the William-Waite Concerto Competition, and served as concertmaster of the Yale Symphony, the Yale Philharmonia, and the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra. Cameron is the recipient of Yale’s Terry E. and Irene Sharp prize, the Wrexham Prize for Music, the Yale School of Music’s Alumni Association Prize, as well as distinction in the Global Affairs major for his work on a quantitative framework for the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation’s use in analyzing and anticipating the development impact of private equity fund managers in Sub-Saharan Africa. He holds degrees from both Yale College and the Yale School of Music, having studied U.S.-Russian relations and Soviet history (B.A. cum laude, Global Affairs ‘18) in addition to music (M.M. Violin Performance ‘20). A student of Wendy Sharp and Ani Kavafian, Cameron has performed at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and the Taos, Tanglewood, and Aspen music festivals. He has collaborated with artists including Andrés Díaz, James Ehnes, Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt, and Peter Winograd. Chamber music being his greatest artistic joy, Cameron is honored to be continuing the Callisto Quartet’s tradition of musical excellence.