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New England Conservatory of Music, MM
Oberlin Conservatory of Music, BM
Soprano Amy Cochrane has appeared made her Carnegie Hall debut in 1998 singing Gabriel and Eve in Haydn's Creation under the direction of John Rutter, and has since returned to Carnegie Hall to sing Creation again, and as a soloist in the New York premiere of The World of the Spirit by Benjamin Britten. Critically acclaimed performances with the Madison Opera and Symphony Orchestra include Gilda in Rigoletto and Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 2, "Lobgesang," as well as Adina in The Elixir of Love. Ms. Cochrane has returned as soloist with Chicago's prestigious Music of the Baroque most recently in Handel's "Dixit Dominus", under the direction of Nicholas Kraemer. Her several performances as soloist with Music of the Baroque include Bach's Cantata "Wachet auf," Vivaldi's Gloria, Monteverdi's The Coronation of Poppea, Schubert's Mass in G and Cavalli's La Callisto. Also she joined Chicago's Rembrandt Chamber Players in a concert of works by bassist and composer, John Deak. The set of songs by Messiaen, Chants de Terre et de Ciel Amy has performed three times with pianist Dr. Joseph Dechario: once at Nazareth College and then again for SUNY Geneseo and for the WXXI Live from Hochstein series.
Locally Ms. Cochrane sang as Constanze in Mercury opera's production of Mozart's Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail, and then Violetta, with the Oswego Opera and their production of La Traviata.