Singer, organist, pianist, and conductor Amy Pummill Stewart currently teaches at the TCU School of Music, where she conducts the TCU Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Purple, White and Blues, and teaches classes in the theory and musicology departments. She has a Bachelor of Music in vocal performance and a Master of Music 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, Dr. Stewart appeared in many solo venues and was the featured soloist in four concerts with the New York Pops Orchestra and Skitch Henderson at Carnegie Hall. Dr. Stewart started her career in music as a young child performing on hundreds of recordings for educational and choral publications and commercials. She has been featured as soloist with the Windsong Chamber Choir, TCU Concert Chorale, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, and Arlington Master Chorale, as well as the Fort Worth Symphony, Santa Fe Symphony, and Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestras. Dr. Stewart has performed in productions with the Fort Worth Opera, Parterre Box Opera Troup in New York City, and Theaterhof Zwei Groschen Oper in Humbach, Germany. She occasionally tours around the country with her family’s four piano-four voice show, ClaviVoce. Dr. Stewart and her husband Jack reside in Fort Worth with their puppies, Bear and Callie.