Soprano Amy Rosine loves variety. She has enjoyed performing opera, musical theatre, oratorio, solo and chamber recitals. Stage performances include the Lyric Theatre of Dallas, Ft. Worth Opera, Brownwood Regional Theatre, Civic Opera of Kansas City, Kansas Concert Opera. She has also performed with Opera in the Ozarks, St. Charles Music and Arts Festival and Lake Placid Institute. She is a recipient of the Alpha Corrine Mayfield Award in Opera Performance from the National Federation of Music Clubs.
She has traveled to the Čzech Republic, where she performed recitals in Dobřichovice and Český Krumlov with pianist Jaroslav Šaroun, from the Music Academy of Prague. Rosine had the honor of premiering 5 songs of E.E. Cummings, written for her by composer Robert Tucker, and has been a featured performer at Regional conferences of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
For over a decade, Rosine has teamed up with clarinetist Sandra Mosteller as the Sorores Duo. The ensemble features music of the Holocaust and contemporary music for Soprano and Clarinet. In March 2016, the Sorores Duo presented at the College Music Society South Central Regional Conference, and will be touring in Arkansas and Oklahoma in Fall 2016. They have been featured performers at the Sigma Alpha Iota National Conventions in Orlando and Chicago, and at the West Central Regional NATS Conference.
Rosine has been a guest artist at several institutions, performing and giving masterclasses throughout the United States. She has been teaching voice for over 25 years and will begin her 10th year on the faculty of Kansas State University. She holds degrees from Truman State University (BME), University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory (MM) and University of Kansas (DMA). Summer programs she has taught at include the Riverside Lyric Opera in California, and Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp. She serves as the Kansas President for the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), and is a member of College Music Society, Sigma Alpha Iota and The Fellowship of United Methodists in Music and Worship Arts.