CJ Camerieri is a trumpet player, french hornist, keyboardist and arranger living in New York City. After growing up in Millville, New Jersey Camerieri moved to New York City to study classical trumpet at The Juilliard School. After graduation Camerieri started working with Sufjan Stevens, The National (on "Fake Empire"), Rufus Wainwright (on Milwaukee at Last!!!), among others before starting the contemporary classical ensemble yMusic in 2008. In 2011 Camerieri joined Bon Iver and played trumpet, french horn, flugelhorn, and piccolo trumpet on the record Bon Iver which won him two Grammy Awards. In 2014 Camerieri joined Paul Simon's touring band. His first tour was on a co-bill with Sting called "Paul Simon and Sting: On Stage Together."
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