Red Rose single review by Steve Sheppard
The progression of this stunning new single Red Rose by Amy Wallace is something to behold and admire.
In Char’s Kitchen special guest Amy Wallace
On this episode of ‘In Char’s Kitchen’ I’m delighted to be joined by Canadian Soprano Amy Wallace ~ we’re whipping up two delicious and doable recipes that are both perfect for entertaining! The gourmet grilled cheese makes for a tasty appetizer/hors d’oeuvres and the chocolate bark is a perfect holiday gift form the kitchen or post festive dinner party nibble.
State Azure, Calming Light ft. Amy Wallace Ambient Modular
Yet another modular piece with the small system+Bitwig, and possibly the last track before Modular Works V is released (April 2nd). Huge thanks to Amy Wallace for providing some really beautiful ambient vocals, which in my opinion really elevate this track to a new level. Considering she's a classical soprano singer and not used to this kind of thing, I'm really impressed with what she came up with, and her vocals really helped inspire the final version!
Soprano Amy Wallace podcast interview
Arts R Us - The Bay Muskoka
Canadian soprano Amy Wallace speaks with hosts Karen Cassian and Noreen Michell on her release of, Red Rose.
Sound and Sight: Amy Wallace
The Huntsville Doppler
Amy Wallace, the powerful soprano from Huntsville who has chased her dreams to become a world-class operatic singer since childhood, has embarked on an added dimension of her musical journey as a songwriter, with her soon-to-be-released new album, New Dawn
Soprano Amy Wallace releases Red Rose
Classical Crossover Magazine
Canadian soprano Amy Wallace has been seen onstage in Aida, Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Peter and the Wolf, Jesus Christ Superstar, Godspell, and other shows as well as sharing her operatic talents.
She began 2021 by sharing a beautiful new single, “Red Rose.” The song is an original composition by Amy with orchestration and backing vocals from Christopher James Wallace.
Huntsville’s Amy Wallace releases ‘Red Rose’ for hope, connection
A Huntsville artist has released a song of love and hope for a difficult time.
“It has taken me many years to build up enough confidence to release this song,” said soprano Amy Wallace. “I think many artists can relate to how vulnerable it feels to share something you put your heart and soul into, especially when it is dedicated to loved ones lost.”
Amy and her brother, Christopher James Wallace, released Amy’s first original single, “Red Rose,” on Jan. 1, 2021.
Amy Wallace Red Rose song review
By Leclair Studios
Cards on the table, this is definitely not the typical music that comes my way for review but I really wish I got more of it. If you’re looking for something that is akin to Amy Lee having a very stunning musical orgy with Celtic Women and The Rankin Family, you would surely get the latest work by the powerful and talented soprano, Amy Wallace. Though she has trained and toured around the world for several years now, she has only just released her debut original work in the form of a memorial track entitled ‘Red Rose’.
Amy's first single, Red Rose, is now here!
Amy and the Truly Productive Entertainment are thrilled of the release of her first single, Red Rose.
Amy Wallace EP for release *UPDATE*
Amy is thrilled to announce the release of original work and some of her favorite arias on a special EP album.
Keep checking back for more updates on the progress of the EP!
We are getting closer to the countdown of Amy's single, Red Rose, release! Thank you for your support and patience while we continue to create a safe environment to continue to work on her EP during this pandemic.
This EP means a lot to Amy and the Truly Productive team. She is thrilled to team up with Christopher Wallace to release one of his original songs, Pie Jesu, which will be on the New Dawn EP. The full release of the EP is scheduled to release in 2021 - we will keep everyone informed on the progress.
Stay well and safe!
Huntsville’s got some serious talent, but only one could be crowned
The judges – Dr. Drew Markham, Sue Campbell, Andre Wahl and Mayor Scott Aitchison – had the difficult task of narrowing down the competitors to just three finalists. Josie Robinson with a sweet voice and her ukulele, Lyall Turvey with her confident double threat of song and dance, and opera singer Amy Wallace with her powerhouse vocals each earned their place in the final round and had one more chance to wow the judges.
Amy Wallace closer to her dream of becoming a recorded opera singer
A Huntsville opera singer has reached her fundraising goal for her debut album. Amy Wallace developed her fundraiser on Kickstarter. Kickstarter is a fundraising website for creative projects. Wallace had been hoping to raise eight thousand dollars. She reached her goal at around 10 p.m. Feb. 22. Wallace says the funds will be used for studio time, accompanist, master and CD production. For more information on Wallace head to our website. Wallace says she feels she’s at a point in her career where an album is the next step. If you would still to contribute, you have until 9 p.m. on Feb. 24.