Cameron Kotovsky

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Cameron Kotovsky


Cameron Kotovsky (b. 1989, Wheaton, Ill.) is an American arranger, clinician and band director.

Kotovsky holds a Master of Music degree from Northern Illinois University and a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Illinois State University. He served as the director of music for the Easton Valley School District (Preston, Iowa, 2013-2015) and the director of bands at Coal City High School (Coal City, Illinois, 2015-2018). In 2020, Cameron joined the faculty at Davenport Central High School as an associate band director.

Kotovsky has been acknowledged as an outstanding music educator by being a quarter finalist for the national Grammy Music Educator of the Year award in 2017 and being a member of the Evans, ProMark, and D'Addario Educators Collective.

Mr. Kotovsky has been asked to adjudicate and clinician wind bands, jazz bands, marching bands, percussion ensembles, and chamber ensembles throughout the state of Iowa and Illinois, and has presented clinics on wind band arranging at both the Wisconsin Music Education Conference and the Indiana Music Educators Professional Development Conference.

As a conductor, Kotovsky has worked with Dr. Mallory Thompson, Eugene Migliaro Corporon, Dr. Travis J Cross, Dr. Andrew Trachsel, Daniel Cook, Dr. Thomas Bough, Dr. Danko Drusco, Dr. Mark Babbitt, and Dr. Daniel Belongia.

Works for Winds

Adaptable Music

  • Ubi Caritas (Flex instrumentation) (as arranger) (2006/2016/2020)

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