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Dr. Amy Rosine

Voice, Vocal Techniques

McCain Auditorium 230
arosine@k-state.edu

 

Amy Rosine

Dr. Amy Rosine, lyric soprano, is Associate Professor of Music and teaches Applied Voice, Vocal Techniques, and is the vocal director for K-State musicals. She holds degrees from the University of Kansas (DMA), the University of Missouri-Kansas City (MM), and Truman State University (BME). Voice teachers include Inci Bashar, Norman Paige, and Kathleen Dawson. Rosine frequently performs with clarinetist Sandra Mosteller as a member of the “Sorores Duo.” Recently she was featured as a soloist in Carmina Burana at the prestigious Kauffman Center in Kansas City. Rosine’s opera roles have included Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, and Countess Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro. She has also performed with Opera in the Ozarks, the St. Charles Music and Arts Festival, and the Lake Placid Institute Vocal Seminar. She is a past recipient of the Alpha Corrine Mayfield Award in Opera Performance from the National Federation of Music Clubs, and is a faculty member of the International Opera Performing Experience (Italy), the Riverside Lyric Opera Adult Opera Program (California), and the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp (Michigan). She currently serves as Kansas President of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and Theta A Province Officer for Sigma Alpha Iota. 

Highlights from Dr. Rosine’s 2015 Faculty Recital at K-State

Live Performance of Mvt. 5 from Brahms’ A German Requiem,
Helzberg Hall, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City