highlights include appearances with Orquesta Sinfonica de Xalapa with Lanfranco Marcelletti Jr. (televised in Mexico), Bernstein’s Kaddish Symphony with Winston-Salem Symphony, Berg’s Lulu Suite with Kentucky Symphony and Three Women (Musgrave) with San Francisco Women’s Philharmonic. Her first solo CD, Amy Johnson – Red, White and Blue: Arias of the Passionate, Pure and Perverse, will soon be released on the Hungaroton label. Recently, Ms. Johnson has had the pleasure of performing twice with the Springfield Symphony. Next month she will appear with the Kentucky Symphony and the CCM Orchestra in bicentenary Verdi and Wagner concerts respectively. Ms. Johnson was a member of the voice faculty at UMass Amherst from 2008-13, and currently serves as Assistant Professor of Voice and Co-Director of Undergraduate Opera Workshop at the College-Conservatory of Music of the University of Cincinnati.