Amy Engelhardt

AMY ENGELHARDT was the sole female member of Grammy-nominated, genre-busting, Seattle-based vocal quartet The Bobs from 1998-2011, which is when she fell in love with the Pacific Northwest. Her insanely diverse credits as a vocalist include the soundtracks for Jurassic World, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Jim Henson's Animal Jam, Harry Shearer & Judith Owen’s Holiday Show (tour and Disney Concert Hall), Barbra Streisand's Timeless, the LA Bach Festival and Neil Young's Living With War. But Amy's first love was the theater, and her cheeky score for BASTARD JONES was a Top 10 Finalist for the Richard Rodgers Award, the Eugene O’Neill Theater Conference and the Alec Baldwin Fellowship (the strangest trifecta ever). In Seattle, she wrote lyrics and vocal arrangements for commissioned adaptations of Carl Sagan's CONTACT (2009 Puget Sound Theatre Award: Best New Play) and Nicholas Nickleby (Center Stage), and music and lyrics for A COMEDY OF ERAS at ACT (with the Flying Karamazov Brothers). The creator of TUNE IN TIME: New York’s Musical Theater Game Show at the York Theatre, Amy won the Burman Award for Songwriting from the Manhattan Association of Cabarets (MAC) and was a recent finalist for the inaugural Ziegfeld Award for composer/lyricists. Although she splits her time between Los Angeles and New York, Amy can’t wait to spend summer weeks with assorted Karamazovs and Northwestern vaudevillians on New Old Time Chautauqua tours. Amy is the only honorary female member of the Vienna Boys Choir. 2017

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