Amber Salladin

Conducting Fellow

Amber Salladin, a conducting fellow of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City, is is the principal conductor of the YPC’s Goddard Riverside Community Chorus on Manhattan’s Upper West Side as well as a conductor in YPC’s School Choruses program in New York City public schools. A native of Southern California, Amber holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Wheaton College (IL) as well as a Master’s degree in choral conducting from the University of Southern California.  She lived overseas for 12 years, working as a conductor, accompanist, arranger, music teacher, singer and church musician in both Vancouver, Canada, and London, England. Amber is also the music director of Emmanuel Anglican Church New York City’s West Village, as well as the principal pianist of the New York Session Symphony.