"Amy Canchola with her typical ring and clarity of tone delivered a spirited performance for audience members at the Latino Cultural Center in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. A highlight of the program was Júrame by María Grever. With an abundance of tone and commitment to the text, Amy electrified the hall. Amy’s intelligent and sensitive approach to phrasing, diction and the use a variety of tone colors, demonstrate an artist who has complete control over her instrument. Amy left audience members enthralled and wanting more!"

- Christian Bester, D.M.A.

American Soprano

Previous engagements included studying at the Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar with Stephanie Blythe, Bach-Millennium Program, private study with Amelia Rollings-Bigler, Molly Fillmore, Rachel Willis-Sorensen and Christine Goerke. 

Equally at home on the opera and concert stage, she loves performing lieder, bolero, musical theatre, or anything else with a great story. She enjoys teaching across genres as well.

Amy holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from University of North Texas, a Masters of Music from Southern Methodist University, and a Bachelor of Music from Butler University.  Dr. Canchola is a champion of the music of Latina and Mexican composers.

An active presence on social media (@dr.amycanchola) visit social links below:

Estrellita (Ponce)

Signore, ascolta

SO BIG, SO SMALL
(DEAR EVAN HANSEN)

Lagrimas mias

Yo no lo se de cierto (JC Oliva)

Signore, ascolta CLIP

Hat dich die Liebe berührt (Marx)

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