Soprano Amy Selby brings a fresh, bright sound and presence to the stage. Her most recent role debut was in February as Sophie in Werther. Last May, she debuted the role of Zerlina in Texas Concert Opera Collective’s (TCOC’s) inaugural production, Don Giovanni, and performed as the title role in Amahl and the Night Visitors in December. She sang Kevin March’s “Songs of Remembrance and Resistance” on One Ounce Opera’s 2nd Annual Fresh Squeezed Ounce of Art Song concert, where she “clearly felt the power of these women’s stories and channeled it.” In 2016, she created the role of a CrossFit hipster-techie in OperaWorks’ comic original production of TRUMP’D: Making Opera Great Again, and she portrayed the role of Zipporah in LifeHouse Theater’s production of Moses with music by Nolan Livesay. Earlier seasons include performances Adele in Die Fledermaus, and Pamina in The Magic Flute. Amy holds a Master of Music from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Music from Truman State University. In addition to performing, Amy enjoys ballet, aerial silks, and teaching. Originally from St. Louis, she currently resides in Austin, Texas, where she sings with TCOC, One Ounce Opera, Gilbert & Sullivan Austin, and the Austin Opera Chorus.