Carlynn Savot, Suzuki cello, is both an active performer and teacher in St. Paul and has received performance degrees from St. Olaf College, The University of Hartford, and The University of Connecticut. While in Connecticut, she taught private lessons, group classes, and chamber music at The Hartt School Community Division and The Community School of the Arts at the University of Connecticut and chamber music at Wesleyan University.
Specializing in chamber music, she has performed extensively with the West End String Quartet, touring with the contemporary opera company Rhymes With Opera and serving as Young Ensemble in Residence at the Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival. Carlynn has served as guest clinician for the Suzuki Association of Minnesota’s Fall Workshop and on the chamber music committee for the 2012 and upcoming 2014 SAA Conference. She has completed extensive studies in the Suzuki method, including long-term training with Pamela Devenport and courses with Carrie Reuning-Hummel, Teri Einfeldt, and Sally Gross.