American soprano and entertainment entrepreneur, Amy Little integrates extensive performance and production experience under the auspices of United Music Studios. The North Atlanta-based entity is a full service performing arts facility with four, fully equipped studios for voice, keyboard, and instrumental study.

For over eighteen years, Amy has offered individualized vocal instruction to students in the southeast United States. Her comprehensive knowledge in the genres of classical, jazz, pop, R&B, musical theatre, cabaret, art song, gospel, choral, and opera informs her instruction and coaching for style, musicality, and character. Her proven track record is demonstrated in her students’ success stories as well as her own.

On the opera stage, Amy sings leading and supporting roles in traditional operas and contemporary works. She is regularly engaged by symphony orchestras as a soloist for choral masterworks and highly specialized roles. From Inez in Verdi’s Il Trovatore or Mimi in Puccini’s La Boheme to Brahms’ Requiem or Handel’s Messiah to Rob Kapilow’s setting of Green Eggs and Ham, her solid vocal technique traverses a diverse musical terrain.

In the recording studio, Amy’s outstanding reputation for vocal production is rapidly receiving notice. Her partnerships with Hewlett Studios and BSE (Big Snow Entertainment) label, exemplify her skills in coaching and producing specifically for vocal solo and background tracks. Her ears are impeccable and honed for style and accuracy. Her artistry spans to rock and pop as demonstrated in her recordings and performances for Psychedelic Ensemble and The Legend of Zelda symphony concerts. Recent ventures for Amy include demo and background vocals for hip hop and rap.

Amy’s voice students are consistently among the winners of NATS at the state and regional levels and can be heard on popular soundtracks and stages throughout the Southeast. She has successfully prepped vocalists for All State Chorus auditions, stage and screen tests, and highly competitive college entrance auditions. Her students are often nominees in the categories of best actor/actress and best supporting actor/actress for the coveted Shuler Georgia Musical Theater Awards. Many are pursuing music studies with significant financial scholarships at major universities throughout the United States, including Florida State University, New York University, Belmont University, Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, The New School NYC, Northwestern University, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, University of Alabama, Samford University, and Mercer University.

Amy holds a bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from Shorter College, continues her own studies with master teacher Sharon Stephenson in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a current member of the National Association of Teacher’s of Singing.

Current as of September 2018