Amy Fogerson is an ensemble singer and soloist who appears regularly with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and many other LA ensembles. Her solo appearances include Steve Reich’s Tehillim at Lincoln Center, Louis Andriessen’s De Stijl with the LA Philharmonic, and the alto solos in Handel's Messiah in the first performance of the work at Walt Disney Concert Hall. She has toured with the LA Master Chorale and with the LA Phil, including the European tour of John Adams’ The Gospel According to the Other Mary.
Amy is also a busy session singer, and her voice has appeared on TV shows, video games, and more than 100 feature films, including recent releases Smallfoot, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and the upcoming Superintelligence and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
In addition to singing with the LA Master Chorale, she worked as a Lead Teaching Artist for their award-winning education residency program Voices Within for 14 years.
Amy is also active in performance union work, having served on the LA Master Chorale Singers Committee for 21 years, as the LAMC AGMA Delegate for 5 seasons, and she is currently serving on the SAG-AFTRA Singers Committee (both LA Local and National Committees).
Her activism extends to the larger community of Los Angeles; she is the founding Director of the Street Symphony Chamber Singers and supervises the Street Symphony Vocal Fellows program. Street Symphony’s programs serve the Skid Row, county jail, and state prison population, providing performances by professional musicians as well as collaborative music-making activities between professional and community musicians.