Amy Wolfe has taught for many years at the Westminster Conservatory of Music, serving as its first Winds Department Head as well as maintaining a private flute studio. She was on the faculties of the University of New Hampshire Summer Youth Music School and Waldorf School of Princeton, where she was also one of its founding board members.
Ms. Wolfe has been a member of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra since 1982. As a freelance recitalist, chamber and orchestral musician, she has played with various ensembles including the Westminster Festival Orchestra, Riverside Symphonia, Trenton Symphony, Boheme Opera, Hunterdon Chamber Players, Princeton ProMusica and the Dave Brubeck Quartet. A semi-finalist in the Coleman chamber Music Competition, she was also a founding member of the Lyrata Trio. She has recorded for Virgin Classics.
Ms. Wolfe holds a Bachelor's degree in Music Education, magna cum laude, with Performer's Certificate from the State University of New York, College at Fredonia, and a Master of Music degree in performance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She also attended Temple University Music Institute and Festival, the Chautauqua Institute, and participated in the master classes of Marcel Moyse and Karl Kraber. Her principal teachers include Donald Hartman, Robert Cole, Murray Panitz, Bonita Boyd and Patricia Spencer.