Amy Wolf received her Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance from the University of Minnesota. She has received awards for her singing from the Schubert Club, National Association of Teachers of Singing, The Thursday Musicale, SAI Competition and the Phi-Beta Competition. She has appeared as an ensemble artist with Minnesota Opera and as an Apprentice Artist with Utah Opera. She has appeared as a featured soloist in Opera Cabaret with Duluth Festival Opera, Opera on the James, Sonomento, CORO, Wayzata Symphony Orchestra, Opera on Tap and Top Hat Theater; as a soprano soloist in Carmina Burana and Beethoven's Mass in C with the Macalester Festival Chorale; Handel's Messiah with the Lynchburg College Choral Union; Faure Requiem, Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem, Carmina Burana and Handel's Messiah with Sonomento.  Her opera roles include The Second Spirit in The Magic Flute; Sophie in Masterclass; Miss Silberklang in The Impresario; Nella in Gianni Schicchi; Musetta in La Boheme; Belinda in Dido and Aeneas; Valencienne in The Merry Widow; Zerlina in Don Giovanni ; Sorceress in Dido and Aeneas; Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni; and Cendrillon in Cendrillon.

 

Amy Wolf as the Sorceress has a voice with presence and color. She skillfully leads her companions in evil...
— Janet Preus, HowWasTheShow.com
Her elegant charm and fiery spirit were perfectly suited for Valencinne in the Merry Widow. Amy is a triple threat and always hungry to learn more. It was a true pleasure to work with her and watch her face each challenge as an actor with skill and pride. I would be thrilled to have her in any production.
— Dean Anthony, Stage Director
Amy Wolf proved to be a superb Musetta. She has a beautiful voice, she is a fine actress, and she a consummate professional - simply a delight to work with!
— Markand Thakar Charles A. & Carolyn M. Russell Music Director, Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra
Having directed Amy Wolf in four major operatic roles, she is a lyric-coloratura soprano that possesses a voice of uncommon lyrical beauty and expressiveness. She brings excitement, grace and beauty to the stage as well as the ability to emotionally connect with her audience… a total artist!
— Craig Fields, Artistic Director Opera on the James
I truly enjoyed the great artistry of Amy’s presentation for the Messiah. A good storyteller with wonderful facial expression and a wonderful range of coloration in the voice. I thought her refined and beautiful voice was natural with gracefulness and sweetness!
— Dr. Jong Hyun Kim Professor/Director of Choral Activities Director of Graduate Studies in Music
Amy Wolf, as the alluring Musetta was whimsical and seductive.
— Duluth News Tribune