Growing up in San Diego, Amy has been singing as long as she can remember, whether it was singing along to her mother’s many musical albums featuring singers like Jim Nabors, Doris Day or Robert Goulet, or performing in school choir from a young age. She started formal voice lessons at the age of 15, winning numerous vocal competitions during her teen years. She attended the School for Creative and Performing Arts, where she sang in jazz choir and fell in love with jazz harmonies. Her musical studies led Amy to earn her Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal performance from Cal State Fullerton, where she focused on opera/musical theater styles and was featured soloist under choir director, John Alexander of the Pacific Chorale.
Amy’s musical theater background started shortly after she was born, when she was carried by her mother on stage in Fiddler on the Roof. She continued to perform in community theater productions growing up and was first hired professionally when she was 17. She has continued to perform and can be seen recently at 3D Theatricals, Musical Theater West, and other local venues. She can also be seen each holiday season as a handbell caroler, singing and ringing at Disney, Knott’s and throughout OC. She leads her quartet and occasional quartets, and stepped in as a company director one year when needed.