Amory Siverston

by Beacon Staff • February 16, 2011

Amory Sivertson rocks, and not just as a musician. Along with being a signed recording artist, Sivertson works hard as a Resident Assistant and the head of the Living Green floor in Piano Row — all while keeping up with her studies. Currently, Amory and her appropriately named “Green Bean” residents are planning a concert on the Boston Common for this year’s Earth Day — just one of her many ideas to spread Green Living awareness across campus. Originally from Shaker Heights, Ohio, Amory takes a whopping six classes, two of which are at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Amory also interns at WBUR Radio, Boston’s NPR station, and works with Emerson’s own WERS Radio.  Find her on iTunes and Myspace to hear her most recent project “How To Run Away” and get to know the band she sings in called Big White Clouds. Sivertson’s seemingly packed plate only gets fuller when you spot her heading to the gym or catching up with fellow RAs and students, always with a smile on her face. Go Amory!

-James Harness