“A perfect instrument for musical creation and expression, with a kaleidoscopic range of tonal colors and an action that is unsurpassed.”
Jazz Pianist, Shigeru Kawai Artist
Cameron “Cam” Cody is a pianist and touring artist. A native of Warner Robins, Georgia, Cody studied piano performance at his local school, Georgia Southwestern State University.
Today, Cody is an active touring artist, accompanist and teacher. He has performed at several prestigious events, including Carnegie Hall under conductor John Rutter and for president George W. Bush in Perry, Georgia. He also hosts a weekly Facebook Live show that features hymns and gospel music and is a member of the American Guild of Organists and the American Choral Directors Association. He serves as a board member of the Houston Choristers Guild.
He has released four albums in total, I Love to Tell the Story, Love Lifted Me, Merry Christmas from Concordia, and 30 Years of Cam. He is currently working on an album with David T. Clydesdale called “The Symphony of Hymns”, which will be recorded with the Prague Symphony Orchestra.
Cody has previously accompanied the Golden Isles Community Chorus and Messiah choruses. He was also a resident organist at Wesley United Methodist Church at Frederica in St. Simons Island, Georgia
Cody moved to Houston in 2016 to take up the position as Sanctuary Organist and Staff Accompanist at Chapelwood United Methodist Church. He has since played a key role in designing the new organ and choosing a Steinway for Sancturay worship.
Cody was named Director of Music Ministry and Organist in 2018, a role that has seen him set up a number of ministry music programs. He has also conducted choirs and orchestras as a conductor.
Finally, Cody is the designer and creator of Carols and Keyboards, which is a Houston-based concert experience involving 120 performers and featuring four concert grand pianos, an organ and a choir.
“I insist on a Shigeru Kawai for my recordings, my concerts and my home. It is the only piano I want to hear my music played on.”
Shigeru Kawai SK-5