Miguel Campos

Community Concert Coordinator



Originally from El Paso, Texas, Miguel Campos has a versatile career as a teacher, cellist, and administrator. Currently teaching orchestra in Tucson, AZ, he holds a Bachelor of Music in Performance cum laude from the University of Texas at El Paso where he studied with Zuill Bailey, a Master of Music Education from the University of Arizona where he studied cello with Theodore Buchholz and string music education with Donald Hamann, and a Master of Cello Performance from Penn State University where he studied with Kim Cook. Miguel holds the firm belief that being a musician in the modern age requires many skills, and he is very passionate about helping others find their pathway in the music world. Miguel is very excited to be returning to Bowdoin to continue to serve the Festival community.