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K-State Today

August 18, 2022

Rosine performs at international voice conference

Submitted by School of Music, Theatre, and Dance


Amy Rosine, soprano and associate professor in the School of Music, Theatre and Dance, performed with her Sorores Duo partner, Sandra Mosteller, clarinet, at the International Congress of Voice Teachers in Vienna.

They performed William Vollinger's haunting theatre piece, "A Child in the Hole," which recounts the experience that an 8-year-old boy had living in a hole during the Holocaust and how he kept hope during the three-year confinement. 

International Congress of Voice Teachers is the international arm of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and is held every four years across the globe. Due to COVID-19, the last congress was in 2017. This year's congress brought together voice professionals from 36 different countries who presented topics on music history, identity, classical and popular singing styles, opera, pedagogy and more.

Rosine teaches voice lessons, vocal techniques and women in music, and is vocal director for the K-State Broadway musicals. Travel to the conference was subsidized by a Faculty Development Grant.