Carlynn Savot
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Carlynn Savot


Carlynn Savot is a cellist, teacher, and performer in St. Paul, Minn., where she serves on the Suzuki faculties at St. Joseph's School of Music and the MacPhail Center for Music. In Connecticut, she taught at The Hartt School Community Division, where she held private studios, taught group classes, and coached chamber groups. A founding member of the West End String Quartet, she directed the chamber music program at Wesleyan University with the quartet. Savot is an active lecturer, for students and teachers on a variety of topics ranging from technical aspects of playing to motivation in practice. She enjoys performing new chamber music and working closely with composers, including the commissioned work Built on Gravel by Ruby Fulton and currently performs with The Bishop String Quartet. She holds performance degrees from St. Olaf College, the University of Hartford, and the University of Connecticut.