Amber Evans is an Australian vocalist, conductor and composer. She regularly performs as an early music soloist, chamber ensemble vocalist, and contemporary opera/vocal specialist, with consistent touring engagements in Australia, the US and the UK.
Winner of the inaugural US Dwight and Ursula Mamlok Advancement Award for the interpretation of contemporary music, she is committed to the vital artistic collaboration with composers to thoughtfully contribute to the musical canon of the present day. An exponent of the capabilities of the “extra-normal” voice, Ms Evans has premiered over fifty specialised vocal works, engaging audiences with ever-changing insights into the paramount role of the voice in the evolution of art-making.
Since returning to her hometown in Brisbane, Amber is the newly appointed inaugural lecturer for aural studies at the Young Conservatorium, has stepped in as assistant conductor for The Australian Voices, established the vocal sextet Formant, and continues to engage in ongoing online projects with composers and artists in the US and the UK.