Known for dramatic and vocal versatility, soprano Amy Pfrimmer has performed across the US, Europe, and Canada. Career highlights include appearances with the London Symphony Orchestra, Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz (in Munich and Mannheim), Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, and Baltimore Choral Arts Society, all in collaboration with pianist/composer Dave Brubeck. Notable engagements include the Montreal Opera, New Orleans Opera, Bulgarian State Opera Stara Zagora, Illinois Symphony, Santa Barbara Symphony, Florida Grand Opera, Mississippi Opera, Atlanta Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Memphis Symphony, , New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Opera Grand Rapids, Virginia Opera, Mozart Festival Opera, Alabama Symphony, Ohio Light Opera, and Glacier Symphony, in such roles as The Merry Widow, Violetta, Mimi and Musetta, Cio-Cio San, Nedda, Rosalinda, Pamina, and Freia. Recent concert works have included Schönberg's Pierrot lunaire, Poulenc’s Gloria, Händel’s Messiah, Bach's Wachet Auf, Britten's Ceremony of Carols, and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Early in her career, Amy attracted considerable attention as a national finalist and regional winner of the Metropolitan Opera’s National Council Auditions. Other awards include a Louisiana Division of the Arts Fellowship, a Metropolitan Opera Education Fund grant, and Florida Grand Opera’s Gilbert Artist of the Year. A dedicated teacher, Ms. Pfrimmer was appointed in 2012 as Tulane’s Lillian Gerson Watsky Professor in Voice. She has served as voice area coordinator and directed the concert vocal series of Tulane University since 2007. She makes frequent guest artist appearances and has conducted numerous master classes, notably at the Brevard Music Center, National Classical Singer Convention, Southern Region NATS Conference, and at many universities. Amy is also cantor at New Orleans’ St. Louis Cathedral Basilica.