“My goal is to create a safe environment conducive to the student having an open platform to be curious and interested in finding their feet in the world of music.”
M.M., Manhattan School of Music
M.M., University of Cambridge
Graduate Certificate, Queensland Conservatorium
B.M., Queensland Conservatorium
Born in Brisbane, Australia, Amber Evans moved to New York City to pursue graduate studies at The Manhattan School of Music. Major musical influences include her grandfather, her first voice teacher Laurie Gaffney, as well as her vocal inspiration and coach, Lucy Shelton.
As a performer, she enjoys the collaborative process including chamber music and choral music. Amber’s favorite composers include some of the greatest 20th and 21st century composers such as George Crumb, Kaija Saariaho and Elliot Carter. She also enjoys performing Medieval and Renaissance music as well as musical theatre, free jazz, and acoustic/folk music.
As a teacher, Amber combines vocal technique and developing a theoretical knowledge of music. “My goal is to create a safe environment conducive to the student having an open platform to be curious and interested in finding their feet in the world of music.”
In her free time, Amber enjoys brunch and coffee shop hopping, Isadora Duncan dance training and workshops, and thrift shopping in New York City.