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Cherwyn Ambuter

PVMTA Recording Secretary


Cherwyn Ambuter aims to build confident, versatile pianists who are able to play for their own enjoyment, perform as soloists, and/or collaborate in an ensemble, tailoring instruction to the student and their goals, including popular music.  Current students range in age from 4-75.  She also offers instruction in sight-singing (how to read music for singers), using solfege with the surriculum utilized at the Julliard School.  Ms. Ambuter has performed extensively including with members of the Cleeveland Orchestra; the NJ Conservatory; the Baroque Orchestra of NJ; Opera Theatre of Montclair; The Summitt Choral Society of Akron, OH; has accompanied voice lesson at Tufts University and Northern Kentucky University, accompanines lessons and recitals of violin and other students at the Thurnauer School of Music in Tenafly, and is a regular solo recitalists for the Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel) program in Warwick, NY.  She earned a B.A. in Music from Tufts and a M.M. in Piano Performance from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.  Teachers included Eugene Pridonoff (a student of Rudolph Serkin) and Elisabeth Pridonoff, Gail Niwa, Richard Morris, Philip Thomson, and Merilyn Neher.  Master classes and coachings with Joseph Kalichstein, Yehuda Hanani, the Raphael Trio, and the Tokyo String Quartet.

Ms. Ambuter studio is in Vernon, NJ

PVMTA member since 2017

(973) 862-0668