Adjunct Assistant Professor
101 Walnut Lane, Princeton, NJ 08540
Contralto Amy Zorn has sung under the batons of Seiji Ozawa, Henry Lewis, John Harbison, Craig Smith, Yves Abel and Sun Min Lee. She has been heard in the operatic roles of Carmen, Lucretia, Dido, Suzuki, Maurya, Principessa, the Old Lady, Dame Quickly, and Ulrica. Most recently she was engaged to perform the role of Auntie at the Tanglewood Music Festival’s historic revival of Benjamin Britten’s Peter Grimes. She has been heard as guest oratorio soloist at Harvard and Brandeis Universities, Ithaca College, Schubert Music Society of NYC and with the Princeton Society of Musical Amateurs. Ms. Zorn currently holds a position as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music in Voice at Westminster Choir College of Rider University and has taught on their faculty since 1996. Prior to this appointment she served on the full time faculty of Ithaca College School of Music from 1990-1995 and as Adjunct at Pace University. Ms. Zorn earned her Master of Music in Performance from Boston University and a Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Prior to her tenure as private voice instructor, Ms. Zorn was director of choral activities at The Packer Collegiate Institute, The Fieldston School (NYC), Beaver Country Day School and The Noble and Greenough School (Boston).