Dr. Amy Petrongelli

Dr. Amy Petrongelli
Assistant Professor of Voice
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Assistant Professor of Voice

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Lauded in the New York Times for her “admirable fluidity,” soprano Amy Petrongelli revels in performing music of all different periods and styles. Her diverse solo performance career encompasses music from Haydn’s Creation in Carnegie Hall to Berio’s Sequenza III at the Radio Nacional Córdoba in Argentina. Amy’s commitment to musical collaboration has led her to fellowships at summer programs such as the Tanglewood Music Center, Eighth Blackbird Creative Lab, Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar, and New Music on the Point. She has appeared in art song recitals across the Midwest and East Coast for organizations such as the Brooklyn Art Song Society, Casement Fund Recital Series, Aepex Contemporary Performance, and the Contemporary Undercurrent of Song Project. An advocate for new music, Amy frequently works with living composers bringing to life new works for the voice. Amy is a founding member of the Khemia Ensemble, a chamber ensemble focused on championing contemporary music through multimedia performances.

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