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Amy Yeung, DMA

Assistant Professor of Music

Department of Music

208 Fine Arts Building

University of Tennessee at Martin Martin, TN 38238

 

Off: 731.881.7408

Email: ayeung@utm.edu
Toll Free 1.800.829.UTM1
Local 731.881.7000

 

 

 

Dr. Kwan-Yee Amy Yeung is currently associate professor of music at the University of Tennessee at Martin, where she teaches applied voice, dicition, form and analysis, and directs lyric opera theatre.  A native of Hong Kong, Amy Yeung has performed extensively in recitals and concerts throughout the Asian countries, including Taiwan, Malaysia, Korea, and Hong Kong, as well as in the United States, Germany, Bulgaria, and Croatia.  Her performances have been broadcasted in the “Young Music Makers,” and “1815 Caprice” under the auspices of Radio Television Hong Kong. Yeung was recently awarded 2008 Individual Artist Fellowship by the Tennessee Arts Commission. Her solo debut CD with pianist, Jung-Won Shin was released in March 2010.


Yeung is active on the oratorio concert stage, where she has performed as a soloist in Mozart's Coronation Mass in C, Handel's Messiah, Haydn's Te Deum, Mendelssohn's Christus, and Rutter's Magnificat.  She has also performed in Humperdink's Hansel and Gretel, Cimarosa's Il Matrimonio Sergeto, Puccini's Turandot, Lehár's The Merry Widow, and Nelson's A Room with a View.  She was awarded full scholarship to study and perform in the Ost-West-Internationalen Musik-Akademie in Altenburg, Germany in 1998. 

 

Yeung holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in voice performance and a Master of Music in music theory from Michigan State University, a Master of Music in voice performance from Texas State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in voice performance from Hong Kong Baptist University.  Her mentors include Meredith Zara, Richard Fracker, Leonore Sergi, John Belisle, and Siu-Kwan Chan.

 

Yeung is an active member of National Association of Teachers of Singing, The College Music Society, and The Philharmonic Music Guild.

 

To listen to Amy Yeung's performance, please click on the following audio links:

 

Bach, Johann Sebastian - Cantat No. 51: Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen

Amy Yeung, Soprano; Kurt Gorman, Trumpet; Allison Nelson, Piano

 

Bridge, Frank - Love went A-Riding

Amy Yeung, Soprano; Elaine Harriss, Piano

 

Debussy, Claude - Nuit d'etoiles

Amy Yeung, Soprano; Delana Easley, Piano

 

Emperor Joseph I - Alma Ingrate for soprano, solo trombone, and organ

Amy Yeung, Soprano; Jeremy Kolwinska, Trombone; Scott Roberts, Organ

 

Gounod, Charles - Ah! Je veux vivre , from "Roméo et Juliette"

Amy Yeung, Soprano; Delana Easley, Piano

 

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - L'amerò, sarò costante, from "Il rè pastore"

Amy Yeung, Soprano; Elaine Harriss, Piano

 

Rossini, Gioacchino - La Promessa

Amy Yeung, Soprano; Elaine Harriss, Piano

 

Schoenberg, Arnold - Erwartung, from "Vier Lieder" (Op. 2)

Amy Yeung, Soprano; Delana Easley, Piano

 

News and Upcoming Events

 

June 2, 2007 (Sat)

Adjudicating voice division in a state audition at the 2007 Conference of the Tennessee Music Teachers Association (TMTA) that is hosted at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

 

June 4, 2007 (Mon) at 1:30 pm

Performing at the 2007 Conference of the Tennessee Music Teachers Association (TMTA) that is hosted at the University of Tennessee at Martin.