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Ms. Amy Bartram
Professional Musician

Brooklyn, NY

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Classical, Early Music, New Music

Known for her radiant, clear, and agile singing, soprano Amy Bartram has performed with Vox, Musica Sacra, Clarion Choir, and the NY Consort of Viols. Her latest recording, “The Persistence of Song: Songs of Jonathan David,” released in 2020 on Centaur. With repertoire ranging from Bouzignac to Barber to Gace Brulé, Amy is a frequent soloist in oratorio, recital, and staged works. As a teaching artist, she has performed music from ancient Greece to 14th-century Europe. She teaches voice privately.



Soprano Amy Bartram’s newest CD, The Persistence of Song: Songs of Jonathan David (Centaur Records), released 1/3/20. This collaboration with pianist Trudy Chan and baritone Phillip Cheah (Cheah Chan Duo), baritone Daniel Neer, and violinist Liz Derham features Jonathan David’s evocative art songs.


Soprano Amy Bartram and fortepianist Dongsok Shin gave a concert of Classical German Lieder on the GEMS Midtown Concerts series, NYC, in fall 2017. It was recently broadcast on the Classical Network,, on May 1, 2018. Mr. Shin plays a fortepiano that is a copy (made by Philip Belt) of Mozart’s own Anton Walter fortepiano.


French songs from soprano Amy Bartram’s CD with Renaissance guitarist Jocelyn Nelson, Ma Guiterre je te chante, will be featured on the radio program The Millennium of Music, the week of February 11, 2013. The show airs in the US and abroad.