Conductor Amy Lieberman is equally at home in choral music, orchestral music, chamber music, and musical theater. She is on the faculty of the School of Jewish Music at Hebrew College, where she conducts Kol Arev chamber chorus, coaches art song, and teaches musicianship and conducting. Lieberman is also artistic director of ArtsAhimsa, an international performance series dedicated to the promotion of non-violence through the arts. She is also a founding member and music director of Vocollage, an ensemble of three artists who present, in live performance and radio broadcast, theatrical works that interweave words, music, and drama.
For five years, Lieberman was director of choral activities at New England Conservatory of Music, where she led performances with the Chamber Chorus, Concert Choir, Sinfonietta, Symphony, Bach Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, and Jazz Orchestra. She has been visiting assistant professor of conducting at Berklee College of Music, and she was director of choral activities and music director of the musical theater program at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania. She has also appeared as guest conductor with Boston Cecilia, Zamir Chorale of Boston, Cappella Clausura, Lexington Symphony, Portsmouth Symphony, Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, Boston Summer Sings, and Aliento Chamber Players.
Her music degrees are from Stanford University and the Yale School of Music, where she was assistant conductor of the Yale Glee Club and a frequent guest conductor on the New Music New Haven series. She also studied conducting at the Aspen Music Festival and at the Prague Conservatory in the Czech Republic.