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Amaris Trio is a wedding classical music ensemble operating out of Reston, Virginia. Consisting of Shearom on violin, Ryan on cello, and Stephanie on piano, this award-winning trio brings over a decade of performance experience to every occasion. Professional and faith-driven, they are available to provide beautiful music for celebrations across Northern Virginia, DC, and the surrounding areas.

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Amaris Trio offers an eclectic repertoire of musical pieces to choose from to create a captivating wedding day soundtrack. Playing various musical genres, from Bach to the Beatles, they will assist you in crafting the ideal playlist that elegantly reflects your unique romantic bond. Depending on your specific wedding vision, they are available for every stage from your walk down the aisle to your cocktail reception.

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Briana Sent on 06/01/2023
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Our experience with this Trio was absolutely perfect!!!

We highly recommend booking this wonderful trio.
Kathy Sent on 03/04/2022
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Impressive musicians

Amaris trio came early to our event and set up seamlessly. A few of our guests were also musicians and said the music was beautiful. I am very pleased with my choice to hire Amaris.
Carmen H. Sent on 12/01/2021
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Excellent and the musician was so professional and a lot knowledge of music

Was very professional, great repertory and so elegant y beautiful music
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Ryan Ashley Nobles
Ryan Ashley Nobles
Cellist and Arranger

Ryan Ashley Nobles graduated with a Master's in Music in Cello Performance from George Mason University in 2012 and a Bachelor's degree in Music Performance from the University of Mary Washington in 2006. Ms. Nobles has received music scholarships for both degrees, served as principal cellist of the GMU Symphony orchestra in 2012, was principal cellist of the University of Mary Washington College-Community Orchestra 2003-2006, and was selected to perform in George Mason School of Music 2011 Honors Recital. Ms. Nobles performed with the University of Mary Washington College-Community Orchestra as a high school student for their Carnegie Hall performance in 2002 and has worked with the Canadian Brass, Judy Collins, Marvin Hamlisch, O.A.R., Michael W. Smith, Lexi Walker, GENTRI, Steven Curtis Chapman, and Larry Graham. Ms. Nobles has also performed with the Rappahannock Pops Orchestra, Piedmont Symphony, Old Bridge Chamber Orchestra, Spotswood Community Orchestra, McLean Orchestra, American Festival Pops Orchestra, Bel Cantanti Opera Chamber Orchestra, Worship Orchestra of Washington, Souful Symphony, Pennsylvania Philharmonic, One Night Orchestra, Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic, Colour of Music Festival Orchestra, Colour of Music Festival Virtuosi, and the Richmond Symphony.

Dr. Shearom Chung
Dr. Shearom Chung

Dr. Shearom Chung founded Amaris Trio in 2016. She is a talented violist/violinist, recently winning 1st place in the 2013 American International Strings Competition at Carnegie Hall in New York City. She also won 1st place in the String Division of the Baltimore Music Club Competition in 2006, followed by winning overall in the Catholic University of America Concerto Competition in 2007. Dr. Chung finished her DMA degree at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC under a full scholarship and was the principle player for the CUA orchestra. She received her MM and Graduate Performance through a partial scholarship at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. She completed the National Orchestral Institute program as principle player under a full scholarship in 2007 and 2008. She participated in the Aspen Music Festival with a scholarship in 2006. In 2005, she played at the Domain Forget Music Festival in Quebec. Dr. Chung has a broad range of professional experience, playing in a variety of professional orchestras such as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in MD, Alexandria Symphony Orchestra in VA, Cascade Orchestra in Oregon, and Mid-Atlantic Orchestra just to name a few. She was the principle violist and manager of the Bel Cantanti Opera's Orchestra, also invited from Lancaster Symphony Orchestra in 2016 and Pennsylvania Philharmonic Orchestra 2016-2017 as principle violist. She is also an active member of the Friday Morning Music Club as a solo and chamber player and member of MTNA.

Stephanie Weng
Stephanie Weng

Stephanie Weng holds a Master of Music in Piano Performance from George Mason University, studying under the instruction of Dr. Linda Apple Monson. Some of her graduate performances included Arts by George!, the 2012 Honors Recital, and the highly acclaimed Grand Piano Celebrations. Stephanie has a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Evangel University. During her studies at Evangel, she toured the US and Europe with the Evangel Concert Orchestra and served as pianist for Campbell United Methodist Church. Stephanie also has a Masters in South Asia Studies and International Economics from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

Stephanie began actively teaching private piano lessons in 2011 and founded Edwards Piano Studio in South Riding, VA. She is a member of the Northern Virginia Music Teachers Association and Fairfax-Loudoun Music Fellowship. From 2014-2015, Stephanie taught English and music in Islamabad, Pakistan at Bright Angels School, sharing the joys of music in a cross-cultural context.

Stephanie currently freelances throughout the Northern Virginia and DC areas as pianist, accompanist, and collaborative musician. She performs with the Amaris Trio and serves in the worship mInistry at Centerpointe Church in Fairfax, VA.


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