Amy Lawrence is a light lyric soprano with “a voice that peals out tireless top notes” (The Boston Globe). Discovering her musical talents at a very young age, Amy found herself singing on the Dorothy Chandler and Hollywood Bowl stages, including a child role with LA Opera when she was 12. By age 18, Amy was a finalist for the Presidential Scholar in the Arts and a semi-finalist for the Music Center Spotlight Awards. She went on to earn her BM from The Boston Conservatory of Music and a Graduate Certificate in vocal arts from the USC Thornton School of Music.
Amy continues to perform opera, musical theater and choral music in the greater Los Angeles area. Amy has sung with Pacific Opera Project, Opera A La Carte, Pacific Chorale, San Gabriel Music Theater, the Tuscia Opera Festival, and Aspen Music Festival. She recently returned from her performance debut in China, touring with the Hollywood Film Orchestra as their soprano guest artist. Her most recent operatic role was singing Leonora Braham in Hail Poetry! with Opera A La Carte. Other notable roles include Despina in Cosi Fan Tutte, Luiga in Viva la Mamma!, Suor Dolcina in Suor Angelica, Queen Tye in Akhnaten, Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Amor in L’incoronazione di Poppea, and Frasquita in Carmen. As well as an accomplished singer, Amy is also a professional ballroom dancer and a fulltime ballroom instructor. In addition, she plays the flute professionally.