About Chantal Camus
Chantal Camus is an eighteen year-old singer-song writer, double and electric bass player, and composer from El Paso, Texas, born and raised. When she was twelve years-old, she began songwriting, playing at festivals and touring with her band named FrenZi, as the singer, bassist and lead of the band. She has played in the Latin Billboards Week Performance at “The House of Blues” in Las Vegas, opened for latin rock bands such as Café Tacvba, Molotov, and Jumbo at Juarez Music Fest, and played for Autism Awaraness schools.
After her rock tours, shows and festivals, she participated in jazz organizations such as El Paso Youth Jazz Ensemble, El Paso Jazz Girls, The Jazz Exchange, and Jazz House Kids Summer Workshop, where she played at Dizzy’s Club at Lincoln Center, Montclair Jazz Fest, and learned from Christian McBride, Norman Simmons, Marcus Printup, and many more. Chantal is currently studying Jazz Performance as a double bass player in the College of Performing Arts at The New School in New York City. Most recently, Chantal released her first single as a solo artist called "Heartache", in which you can check out in all platforms.