Amy Owens
(She/Her) Amy Owens is known for her "impressive accuracy and thrilling high notes," specializing in contemporary opera, comedic roles, and concert repertoire. She is a well-known favorite for Carmina Burana, which she has sung twice with the the National Symphony. She began the 2022-2023 season singing Mabel in Pirates of Penzance with Virginia Opera. 

As an educator, Amy is a sought-after vocal coach with an international roster. She has developed multiple music education programs and is the director of the Young Voices of Santa Fe Opera program.

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Robert Gilder & Co., New York, US; London, UK

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Robert Gilder & Co., New York, US; London, UK

This artist is accepting inquiries via Email.

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Amy Owens kicked off the 2019-2020 season with her Kennedy Center Debut in Carmina Burana with the National Symphony Orchestra, where she was praised for “a perfect combination of purring, sensuous phrasing and pure-toned innocence” (Washington Classical Review). She then created the title role in Sweet Potato Kicks The Sun for Santa Fe Opera’s new initiative “Opera For All Voices” alongside legendary beat-boxer Nicole Paris, and made her house debut at Michigan Opera Theater as Johanna in Sweeney Todd. During the cancelled Spring season of 2020, she co-founded an immersive online education organization called The Collective Conservatory and served as production development manager for Access Opera. Her performing career has taken her to Carnegie Hall, Houston Grand Opera, Utah Symphony/Utah Opera, Omaha Symphony, Wolf Trap Opera, Dallas Opera, On Site Opera, Library of Congress, Lincoln Center, the Blues Tent at the 50th annual New Orleans Jazz Festival, and more. She released two collaborative albums in 2019: a debut album of original music, HAETHOR, which received acclaim in the electronica world, and “Songs of Leonard Bernstein,” including previously unrecorded vocal music. As a budding conductor, she was selected to participate in the Hart Institute for Women Conductors at Dallas Opera and the International Conducting Workshop Festival in Bulgaria. She has received awards from the Sullivan Foundation, the George London Foundation, and the Metropolitan Opera National Council, and is the artistic director for Bel Canto Productions.

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The Santa Fe Opera

2022 - Present
Santa Fe, NM

Director of the Young Voices of Santa Fe Opera

2022 - Present




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