Camilo Pérez-Mejía earned a Bachelor of Music from the Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia. At Shenandoah University he earned a Master of Music in Cello Performance, an Artist Diploma in String Quartet Studies and completed all courses in the Doctoral program. He received soloist awards from the Sinfónica Nacional de Colombia, Universidad Javeriana and Shenandoah Conservatory. He has performed as a member of diverse ensembles in Colombia, Italy, Mexico, and Brazil; and throughout Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland. He teaches cello and strings at Saint James School, Barbara Ingram School for the Arts, Ellsworth Music and is adjunct cello faculty at Shepherd University. Currently he plays for a number of ensembles, including the Argot String Quartet, Temple Trio, Two Rivers Chamber Orchestra, Pro-Arte Chamber Orchestra of Greater Washington, National String Symphonia and conducts the Charles Wa shington Symphony Orchestra.