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School of Music, Theatre, and Dance

School of Music, Theatre, and Dance
Kansas State University
109 McCain Auditorium
1501 Goldstein Cir.
Manhattan, KS 66506


Dr. Amy Rosine

Associate Professor
Voice, Vocal Techniques, Music Theater

230 McCain Auditorium

Amy Rosine

Amy Rosine, Associate Professor of Music, teaches applied voice, vocal techniques, and serves as vocal coach for the K-State Players Broadway musicals. She holds degrees from University of Kansas (DMA), University of Missouri-Kansas City (MM), and Truman State University (BME). Voice teachers include Inci Bashar, Norman Paige and Kathleen Dawson.

An active recitalist, performing has taken her to the Čzech Republic, where she performed vocal recitals in Dobřichovice and Český Krumlov with pianist Jaroslav Šaroun, from the Music Academy of Prague. She has also performed in Mercatello sul Metauro, Italy, as a faculty member of International Opera Performing Experience. Rosine collaborates with Dr. Sandra Mosteller as the Sorores Duo, and together they present programs of music for soprano and clarinet. They have been featured performers at the Sigma Alpha Iota National Conventions in Orlando, Chicago and Phoenix, West Central Regional NATS Conference, and Great Plains CMS Conference. Rosine premiered 5 songs of E.E. Cummings, written for her by composer Robert Tucker.

You are welcome to visit her professional website http://arosine.wixsite.com/amyrosine.

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