Amy attended Wheaton College for her B.M. Flute Performance. She then went on to obtain her M.M. in Flute Performance from Indiana University

Amy attended Aria International Summer Music Academy and Eastern Music Festival. She performed in numerous masterclasses led by artists including Jasmine Choi, Bonita Boyd and Walfrid Kujala.

Performance and Teaching Experience

Amy was a substitute/extra flute for the MN Opera. She has experience performing in the Mankato Symphony, Metropolitan Symphony, Bloomington Symphony Orchestra (all in MN) and she is recently a featured soloist in the MacPhail Faculty Series and a concerto soloist with the Bethel Philharmonic.

Amy is a former faculty member at MacPhail Center for Music and the UNWSP Academy of Music.

At Levine

Amy joined Levine in September 2017 teaching flute/piccolo in the Woodwinds and Brass program.

“I love being part of a larger community that values excellence in musical teaching and performing.”

Teaching Philosophy and Approach

“I find it a privilege to inspire students to love music and to develop their technical abilities and musical artistry. I enjoy fostering growth that leads to students achieving results far beyond what they thought they were capable of, and I love to witness the excitement and joy that comes with this achievement. I also think that a balanced and flexible approach is important as different students have different goals and needs.”


In my free time I enjoy running, cooking and exploring the great outdoors.