Amy Gadd

Voice, Ukulele

Amy Gadd, an Ohio native, is a 2015 graduate of Otterbein University where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree concentrating in Music Composition and Theory. She is currently a Master of Music student in Vocal Performance at Roosevelt University College of Performing Arts.

At Otterbein she performed scenes that allowed her to receive roles such as Clorinda from La Cenerentola and Magda from La Rondine. She sang with Otterbein’s top choir and had the experience of touring to Chicago as well as Ireland.

In the fall of 2015, she had the opportunity to sing with Opera Project Columbus in “Powerful Puccini” as the shepherd from Tosca. In 2015 and 2018 she was a chorus member in Amahl and the Night Visitors. In the fall of 2016, she sang with Opera Project Columbus in The Columbus Italian Festival performance of “Alla bella Despinetta” from Cosi fan Tutte as Despinetta and “ah perdona al primo affetto” from La Clemenza di Tito as Servilia. She also was Maria in their production of I Due Timidi. In the summer of 2017, she was part of the chorus for Opera Project Columbus’ production of Il Tabarro, and in the spring, she was the Novice in Suor Angleica.

In the summer of 2019, Amy released her first album called Finally Something.

In the fall of 2019 Amy was in the ensemble for Roosevelt University’s production of The Tales of Hoffman. In February of 2020, Amy premiered the chamber work Movement by Austin Gray Williams as Soprano 3. In the spring of 2020 Amy was in the ensemble for Roosevelt University’s production of King Arthur.

Amy has studied voice with Elizabeth Barrett, Maggie Green, Dr. Keyona Willis, Cynthia Clarey and Elizabeth Byrne. She has studied composition with Dr. Jennifer Merkowitz. She was involved in the music community as a member of Women in Music Columbus from 2017-2019. Amy has been teaching voice, ukulele, beginner piano and songwriting since 2012.

Amy was a great teacher and my child loved learning from her. Anyone would be lucky to have her working with them.

David S.

Parent, Voice Student

Amy is a wonderful teacher. She was so patient with me when I took voice lessons- even though I was making some of the same mistakes over and over, she patiently walked me through how to correct those mistakes. I had no singing experience prior to taking lessons, and her teaching helped me tremendously with my singing skills and confidence

Adam R.

Voice Student

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