Amber received her early musical training through the Berkshire Young Musicians' Trust, where she studied singing and trumpet. She took up a place to read music at King's College London in 2008 and took performance and advanced musicianship classes at the Royal Academy of Music.
She took up a choral scholarship with the renowned choir of King's College London and she has performed in several prestigious venues in Britain, as well as in France, Russia and Italy.
Previous engagements as a soloist include singing for the University of Reading Chorus, Riverside Opera, Mansfield College Choir Oxford and Stamford Choral Society. She has studied vocal technique with Mary Plazas (RNCM), Bertie Rice and Sam Evans.
Amber has participated on a number of classical recordings, including previously unpublished Allegri with KCL Chapel Choir on the Delphian label and on Hyperion’s recent release of Britten’s St Nicolas with Stephen Layton and the Holst Singers.
Amber has worked with a variety of local choirs including the Reading Chorale, the Reading Lunchtime Choir and the University of Reading Campus Choir, however she currently only conducts the RLC on a Wednesday lunchtime. She has also worked with the University of Reading Chorus, the Reading Festival Chorus, Thames Valley Voices (John Lewis, Reading), Health and Harmony (Berkshire Independent Hospital), the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, Ralph Allwood's Eton Choral Courses and the Junior Choral Course with Martyn Ford.
Having founded the King's Big Band during her time at university and directed the University of London 'Battle of the Big Bands' she went on to start a big band at the University of Reading, which has a growing following in the Reading area.
Amber mainly performs as a jazz soloist with her band Amber & the Professors, which presents as a duo, trio, quartet, quintet or seven-piece party band.