About Amos Fayette
Violinist and educator Amos Fayette made his solo debut at the age of 8 with the Stony Brook University Orchestra in his native Long Island, NY. Since then, he has gone on to find success as not only a performer, but an educator and administrator as well.
Educated at the Peabody Conservatory and The Juilliard School, Mr. Fayette has performed as soloist the the New World Symphony, Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, and Orquesta Filarmonica de Medellin, among others. In demand as an orchestral musician, he has shared the stage with such luminaries as Michael Tilson Thomas, James Conlon, Michael Francis, and Fabio Luisi, and is frequently in demand as a guest concertmaster and soloist.
Mr. Fayette currently works as the Manager of Community Partnerships and Engagement at The Cleveland Institute of Music. He performs on violin made in 2012 by Edward Maday.