Zoë Johnstone Stewart is an active performer and educator in the Baltimore area. As a solo artist she has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Italy, including appearances in the Trinity Church Concert Series, with Assisi Performing Arts, and as a concerto soloist at Alice Tully Hall of Lincoln Center.
She has performed extensively throughout the northeast United States as a collaborator in various chamber groups and, as a founding member of the Atlantic Guitar Quartet, has been featured as part of the Catonsville Concerts at 3 series, at Loyola University, UMBC, and at the Engineers Club at the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion. In March of 2018 she was a featured performer in the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society’s “Made in Baltimore” 30th anniversary commissions concert. She received her bachelor’s degree from the Eastman School of Music and her master’s degree from Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University.
In addition to her performing career, she is a highly sought after guitar teacher. She is the founding director of the Evergreen Academy of Talent Education, a Suzuki guitar school in the Baltimore area. Additionally she has taught workshops and master classes at the Salisbury Guitar Festival, the Peabody Preparatory’s Fret Festival, the New Jersey Music Educators Association Conference, as well as Marshall University as part of a residency in 2018. She lives in the Lutherville area with her husband and two sons.