Amy Pummill Stewart
Instructor in Choral Music and Music Theory
Amy Pummill Stewart, singer, organist, pianist, and conductor, currently teaches in the School of Music, TCU. She conducts the TCU Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Purple White and Blues, and teaches Ear Training. She has a BM in Vocal Performance, MM in Organ Performance from TCU and Doctor of Worship Studies degree from the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies. After graduating from TCU in 2000, she made her home in New York City. While there, Amy appeared in many solo venues and was the featured soloist in four concerts with the New York Pops Orchestra at Carnegie Hall with Skitch Henderson. Amy started as a young child in the recording studio where she performed on hundreds of recordings for educational and choral publications and commercials. Amy has been featured as soloist with the Windsong Chamber Choir, an Oklahoma based professional chamber choir, TCU Concert Chorale, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra, the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra and has performed in productions with the Fort Worth Opera, Parterre Box Opera Troup in New York City, and with Theatre Hof Zwie Groschen Operhouse in Humbach, Germany. She occasionally tours around the country with her family's four piano/ four voice show, ClaviVoce. Amy is married to Jack Stewart and they make their home in Fort Worth with their puppy, Bear.
BM- Texas Christian University
MM- Texas Christian University
DWS- Robert Webber Institute