Amy has played the violin since the age of three and has enjoyed playing both as a soloist and in many orchestras throughout her life. She began playing professionally at the age of sixteen soloing soloist at the Osmond Family Theater in Branson, Missouri. In 1993, she was voted “Female Newcomer of the Year” at the All American Music Awards in Branson. She has also performed throughout the country including Dollywood and the Grand Palace. Amy has performed on several television programs including “Good Morning America,” “Breakfast Time” (Fax FX Cable Network), “America’s Talking,” “Queen” (Lifetime Cable Network), the “Eugene Gilesnik Show,” the America’s Junior Miss telecast on NBC (1994) and TNN (1995, 1996), and others. She has also been featured in People Magazine and in newspapers such as USA Today. Being part of an orchestra has also been an enjoyable part of Amy’s musical experience. She was concertmaster of the BYU Symphony Orchestra and a first violin in the BYU Philharmonic Orchestra. She has soloed with the Utah Valley Symphony and was later a member of the orchestra. She has also performed in the pit orchestras of numerous musicals.