July 27, 2022

Dora Stoutzker Hall, Cardiff, Wales, UK. 

Recital with harpist Anastasia Pike, in a program "Jane Austen's Songbook" — exploring the vocal repertoire of Jane Austen's extensive musical library. More information here.


August 15 - 21, 2022

Multiple venues, Staunton, Virginia.

The Staunton Music Festival presents an immersive classical music experience featuring more than 600 years of music over the course of 10 days and nights. Over 80 of the world’s most acclaimed chamber musicians are brought in for this exuberant festival, where musical risk-taking abounds.  Artists are engaged for their expertise in historic performance traditions, commitment to newer repertoires, professional excellence, and their ability to collaborate with new partners in creating dynamic, live performances. More information here. 


October 30, 2022

National Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C.

By the age of 21, Henry Purcell (1659–1695) held the three most coveted musical positions in England. Widely praised after his death as Britain’s Orpheus, Purcell’s Hail! Bright Cecilia, delivers English Baroque style at its most powerfully expressive and eloquent. Purcell was the ultimate dramatist of his day and undeniably the most skilled Baroque composer to set the English language to music. In addition to his well-remembered Ode, we present celebrated sacred works for the English Chapel Royal and grand anthems for occasions of state. More information here.


November 3 - 6, 2022

Multiple venues, South Florida.

To open its 20th Anniversary Season, Seraphic Fire explores the juxtaposition and intersection of love and war. Paul Crabtree’s When David Heard sets the tragic biblical love story of David sending his son Absalom to war in aching contrast with disgraced Cardinal Bernard Law’s exclamations upon meeting Catholic victims of abuse. Peace comes in human form in Ileana Perez Velazquez’s Tu Paz Mia, a Seraphic Fire-commissioned work. Selections from Claudio Monteverdi’s Madrigals of War and Love round out the program. More information here.


December 3, 2022

Dover, Delaware.

Amy sings as soprano soloist in Handel's epic masterpiece with the Delaware Choral Society and orchestra. Rocky Tejada conducts. More information here.


April 30, 2023

Washington National Cathedral, Washington, D.C.

Bridging the Renaissance and the Baroque is Monteverdi’s rarely-performed 1610 Vespro della Beata Vergine. The splendor and beauty of the Cathedral offers a dramatic backdrop for an afternoon of musical texture and sacred sound. Amy sings as soprano soloist; Canon Michael McCarthy conducts. More information here.