Amy Rosine, lyric soprano, is associate professor of voice in the Kansas State University School of Music, Theater, and Dance, where she teaches applied voice, vocal techniques and is the vocal director for K-State musicals. She holds degrees from the University of Kansas (DMA), University of Missouri-Kansas City (MM), and Truman State University (BME). Her voice teachers include Inci Bashar, Norman Paige, and Kathleen Dawson. A versatile singer, Rosine has performed opera, musical theater, and oratorio, and enjoys chamber music collaborations. She has performed throughout the country as a member of the Sorores Duo, with clarinetist Sandra Mosteller. She is a past recipient of the Alpha Corrine Mayfield Award in Opera Performance from the National Federation of Music Clubs. Before Kansas State University, Dr. Rosine taught at Howard Payne University and Texas Women’s University. She has also taught at the following summer programs: International Opera Performing Experience (Italy), Riverside Lyric Opera Adult Opera Program (CA), and Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp (MI). She is a past president of the Kansas chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and is Theta A Province Officer for Sigma Alpha Iota. She directs the Chancel Choir at First United Methodist Church and is a member of The Fellowship of United Methodists in Music and Worship Arts.
Vocal Techniques for the Instrumentalist by Amy Rosine is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.