Cameron Bajraktarevic-Hayward is 15 years old. He is in Year 10 at the Conservatorium of Music High School where he is a major in composition and voice (lyrical baritone) and minor in piano. He also plays the cello and flute.
Cameron spent his primary school years at the McDonald College where he was in the classical ballet stream and he also learned jazz, contemporary and lyrical dance. At the moment he takes classes at the Sydney Dance Company.
Cameron has been in many community musical theatre productions. He started as Oliver with the Holroyd Musical Society. His first show with Packemin Productions was also “Oliver” where he was in the Fagin’s Gang. In 2015, he played the cello in the orchestra for the Packemin Youth production of “Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. In 2016 he was in the Packemin Youth production of “Back to the 80s” and in 2017 he was the Growltiger, one of the leads in Packemin Youth “Cats”, as well as a part of the “Spamalot” Ensemble with the Sydney Youth Musical Theatre.
Cameron also performed with Chatswood Musical Society and Ruby Productions. He is a member of the Gondwana Voices Young Men’s Choir. When he is not performing, he keeps himself busy with composing, drawing and creative writing.
Cameron would like a career in musical theatre, opera and film composition. He would like to study at the Royal College of Music in London, UK.