Amy Pummill Stewart is an Instructor in the choral, musicology, and theory departments at TCU. She conducts the Purple, White, and Blues, teaches From Rock to Bach and Elementary Ear Training, and accompanies the Concert Chorale and the Choral Union. Amy attended TCU and received her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance and Master of Music in Organ Performance, and holds a Doctor of Worship Studies from the Robert Webber Institute of Worship Studies – Jacksonville, Fl.
After graduating from TCU in 2000, Amy made her home in New York City where she worked as a sound engineer for BR Productions. While there, she maintained an active singing career and was featured as a soloist with Skitch Henderson and the New York Pops. Additionally, she served as organist for Noroton Presbyterian Church in Darien, Connecticut.
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 a soloist with the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, the Santa Fe Symphony, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Corpus Christi Symphony, Windsong Chamber Choir, Arlington Master Chorale, and the Choral Artists of Fort Worth. She has performed in productions with the Fort Worth Opera, Parterre Box Opera Troupe in New York City, and the Zwei-Groschen-Oper in Humbach, Germany. She occasionally tours around the country with her family’s four piano/four voice show, ClaviVoce.
As a conductor, Amy has led a variety of ensembles including adult church choirs, youth and children’s choirs, handbell choirs, jazz ensembles, symphony pops choruses, and collegiate choirs. Each summer, she serves as music director for Bloys Campmeeting, often conducting hymns for upwards of 2000 people.
As a collaborative pianist, Amy has accompanied TCU’s Concert Chorale, The Choral Union, University Singers, and Cantiamo. She has also collaborated with students and colleagues in recitals and juries. She serves as the accompanist for the North Carolina Summer Institute for the Choral Arts Middle School Choir.