Carolina Brass

Robert Campbell, Horn

Robert Campbell is the principal horn for the Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra and the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra. He has been a member of the Charlotte Symphony and NCSA's International Music Program Orchestra. Bob was soloist and principal horn player of the IMP orchestra for their 1985 European tour, which took him to Italy and Germany.

As a member of the Matrix Brass for more than a decade, Bob performed throughout the U.S., at Lincoln Center, and toured Japan. He enjoys all kinds of music and has played with performers such as Ray Charles, Tony Bennett, Rod Stewart, and The Moody Blues.

He is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts, where he studied with Fred Bergstone. Bob is on the faculty at Pfeiffer University, Gardner-Webb University, and Wake Forest University, where he is a member of the faculty woodwind quintet. He is a founding member of the Winston-Salem Bolton Project Wind Quintet, an experiment to improve student academic achievement through music education.