Amy Rosine, lyric soprano, is Professor of Music at Kansas State University where she teaches Applied Voice, Women in Music, Vocal Techniques and is the vocal director for K-State musicals. Rosine frequently performs with clarinetist Dr. Sandra Mosteller as the Sorores Duo. She has been a featured soloist in Brahms Requiem and Carmina Burana at the prestigious Kauffman Center in Kansas City. Her favorite opera roles include Rosalinda (Die Fledermaus), Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni) and Countess Almaviva (Le Nozze di Figaro). She has performed with Kanas City Civic Opera and Lyric Opera Express, Fort Worth Opera, Opera in the Ozarks, the St. Charles Music and Arts Festival, and the Lake Placid Institute Vocal Seminar. She is a recipient of the Alpha Corrine Mayfield Award in Opera Performance from the National Federation of Music Clubs.
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. She has been a faculty member of the International Opera Performing Experience (Italy), Riverside Lyric Opera Adult Opera Program (CA), and Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp (MI). She founded the Flint Hills Vocal Academy with fellow faculty member Cheryl Richt. The academy is for 7th-12th grade singers.
Professional memberships include National Association of Teachers of Singing (past president of Kansas chapter), College Music Society, Fellowship of United Methodist Music and Worship Artists and Sigma Alpha Iota, where she serves as a Province Officer.