A concert virtuoso of refined musicianship, Ammon Perry Bratt has performed internationally and throughout the U.S. and has garnered numerous musical awards and honors since a young age. He performed by invitation at the World Piano Conference in Novi Sad, Serbia, and has appeared in concert in many distinguished venues throughout the world including Carnegie Hall (New York City), Lviv Philharmonic Hall (Lviv, Ukraine), ACS Performing Arts Theater (Athens, Greece), Villa Bertramka (Prague, Czech Republic), Holy Trinity Lutheran Cathedral (Warsaw, Poland), Teatro Orione (Palermo, Sicily), Linder Auditorium (Johannesburg, South Africa), SOTA Concert Hall (Singapore), The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), Auckland Town Hall (Auckland, New Zealand), Palais Montcalm (Quebec City, Quebec), Hill Auditorium (Ann Arbor, Michigan), and the IU Musical Arts Center (Bloomington, Indiana). Additionally, he has been a prize-winner in many piano competitions including the International PianoTeams Competition, the Fort Collins National Piano Competition, the Utah State Fair Piano Competition, the Four Corners Piano Competition, and the Jacobs School of Music Concerto Competition. He has performed for dignitaries of various nations and as a concerto soloist with orchestras in Utah, Michigan, and Indiana.
Ammon received the Bachelor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Michigan and the Master of Music degree from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University where he was also appointed as an associate instructor. His teachers have included internationally celebrated pianists David Glen Hatch, Arthur Greene, and André Watts.
Ammon is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music with the Music Teachers National Association. His students have received awards in various piano festivals and appeared as solo performers locally and abroad.