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". . . Not only does Lowe draw on all the right contemporary sounds . . . but she cleverly uses them to illuminate the characters and situations." - Hedy Weiss- Chicago Sun-Times
"Amy Lowe has a wonderful way of telling a story with music that reaches people of all ages. She is a talented musician with a powerful yet sweet voice that can sing a song or tell a story with passion, poignancy, and feeling. She has the unique ability to reach into the soul of her subject and share it with her audience." -- Marshall Trimble-Arizona State Historian- Award-winning Author and Storyteller.
Multi-Award-Winning Singer, Songwriter, Storyteller, Amy Lowe, has captivated audiences from concert halls to schools throughout the world. She is a prolific songwriter with an extensive recording career that spans decades. She is the recipient of numerous Parent’s Choice Awards & Association of Educational Press Distinguished Achievement Awards. Her recordings have been recommended by: Booklist, Library & School Library Journal. Credits include: CD & CD/Rom releases entitled: Everything You Touch, I Like Gum; Fire in Boomtown; Brighter Than Fireflies; Children In the Spirit; Precious Gifts; Made For Each Other; When I Grow Up; Math Music 1- Sing Lowe Score High; Math Music 2-Understanding Math Through Music; Movin-in Building a Town-The Story of Naperville.
Performances include: City Winery, Milwaukee Summerfest, Millennium Park; Second City, Taste of Chicago; Chicago History Museum, Old Town School of Folk Music, Mayne Stage-Chicago, The Winnipeg Folk Festival- Canada; The City of Las Vegas- Music Festivals- Nevada; Arizona Theater Works- Flagstaff, Ecuador - South American – Concert Tour; Who’s Next- Paris, France; Nelson Mandela School-Berlin, Germany; Ann Arbor BluesFest- Michigan; Little Bear Ribfest, Ill.; Hey Nonny- Arlington Hights, Illinois.
Her songs have been heard on -The American Experience- City of the Century- PBS special, WGN-TV & Radio, WLUP-FM, WXRT-FM- Terri Hemmert Show & WBEZ-FM- Morning Edition. She has appeared on television: NBC-WMAQ-The Morning Show, WTTW- Art Beat and Fox. She received rave reviews for her original show The Journey of Estevanico: -Voices of Arizona commissioned by, Arizona Theater Works, Flagstaff. These days, Amy performs and tours a variety of original shows throughout the country. Currently, she also accompanies storyteller Judith Heineman’s Grimm Tales and Dave Katzman’s Blues SuperSession.
Commissioned works include: “ALL ABOARD –Transcontinental Railroad;” ; “MOVIN IN BUILDING A TOWN- Story of Naperville a musical audio tour and 21 song CD, live performance series; songwriting workshops for Naper Settlement, Naperville Ill; “WHAT WOULD YOU DO-” - Musical dedication for Lisa Derman-resistance fighter/ co-founder of the Holocaust Memorial Museum, Skokie IL.; “KIDOGO-KIDOGO -- A Little Bit Goes a Long Way.” -sound track for Tanzania Development Support-NGO; ELLIS ISLAND – An Immigration Story.
Amy holds a Bachelor of Art’s - Theater/Music; Master’s Degree - Interdisciplinary Arts. She’s written critically acclaimed music for the theater; Winner of the Parent’s Choice Gold Award & The Parents Choice Best 25 of 25 Years Award, two-time winner of the Educational Press Distinguished Achievement Award and the Parents Choice Silver Award; She’s created several educational & historical touring shows and won the Creative Dramatic Instructor of the Year teaching English as a Second Language-from University of the Potomac. Her Math Music I project won her another Educational Press Distinguished Achievement Award.
She’s composed music Christmas albums, Americana Roots, Adult Contemporary, Folk, Blues and Popular Music; co-created and performed in one of the longest running Chicago comedy reviews for young audiences, called FUNSTUFF at The Chicago Improv. Nancy Maes of the Chicago Tribune dubbed. “FUNSTUFF... Saturday Afternoon Live.” Currently, she accompanies storyteller Judith Heineman’s with her Grimm Tales.
In the field of arts in education Amy’s work is quite extensive. She’s a Teaching Artist for several arts organizations: Ravinia Festival – Music Discovery Program; Urban Gateways; The Illinois Arts Council; Nevada Arts Council; Merit School of Music. She has appeared in over 1000 elementary schools, high schools, community centers and universities throughout the world as a touring performer, workshops facilitator, residency and teaching artist. Over the years she has designed many programs that integrate The Arts into the curriculum.
Lowe continues to pursue new directions and if the past is any indication of the future then it’s bound quite an adventure.