Education: Amy was a scholarship recipient at Georgia College & State University where she received her Bachelor of Music Therapy. During college Amy enjoyed opportunities to study and perform different musical styles ranging from classical to jazz, broadway and contemporary Christian. She studied piano with Dr. Gregory Pepetone and voice with Marie Jarriel Roberts. Amy worked as choir director for a local church and began teaching in 1997. As primary vocalist for the GC&SU jazz band, Amy toured throughout the south and was privileged to be a part of a re-enactment of a Bob Hope USO Show based on original script from 1943. Music therapy was a natural progression that combined Amy's desire to help people with her passion for music.
Born and raised in Monticello, GA, Amy Ferguson has been teaching piano and voice for over 15 years. Her love of music began with piano lessons at seven years old. Much of her extracurricular time in high school was spent participating in chorus, show choir and musical theater productions.