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After school, Amy began to freelance as a Coach Accompanist in regional opera companies
including Des Moines Metro Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Nevada Opera and Augusta Opera. She
served as Music Director/Tour Manager of OPERAIowa for two seasons, the educational
arm of Des Moines Metro Opera (1989-
Beginning in the 1998-
Amy Tate Williams was first published by Broadman Press in 1986. Her anthem," Only
Jesus," appeared in the periodical Gospel Choir. Starting in 1992, Beckenhorst Press
Amy has maintained a personal ministry of music since her teen years, composing, arranging and performing songs from her own faith experience. She is a student of scripture and desires to lead others into meaningful worship of God through her music. She believes He has gifted and trained her for this specific purpose.
Amy Tate Williams
Amy Tate Williams is a native of Bowling Green, Kentucky, the youngest child of Boyce and Amelia Tate. She holds a Bachelor's of Music Degree in Piano Performance from Western Kentucky University (1985) a Master's Degree in Piano Performance (1987) from Florida State University and another Master’s Degree in Piano Accompanying (1988). Her primary instructors were Ms. Sylvia Kersenbaum, Dr. Marilyn Neeley and Dr. Carolyn Bridger, all of whom were international solo and collaborative pianists.