Although she did not begin piano lessons until the age of nine, Amy Nichole Felt wasted no time falling in love with her instrument. After less than one year of study, she performed on local TV at Cornell University and began a full schedule of piano recitals, competitions and solo performances. From the onset, she saw music as an integral part of her faith and cherished worshiping the Lord through song. After her first grade teacher shared a personal version of John 3:16 that "God so loved Amy, that He gave His only begotten Son...", Amy began her journey of faith at the age of seven. Then God's miracle of salvation reversed up her family tree with her Mom and then her Grandma being saved in the following years. God's amazing grace became reality through some difficult life experiences including coping with a birth defect, experiencing numerous miscarriages, and losing her father to rare brain cancer when he was only 47 years old. Amy won a variety of piano competitions and awards in Central New York during her early training and then pursued a piano performance and pedagogy degree at Cedarville University. She has performed as a soloist in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, Texas, Florida and Nevada. Amy had the privilege of studying under Dr. Lois Horn, Suzanne Sweeney, Eric Baker, Dr. Jon Kimura Parker, Dr. James Colman, and Dr. Charles Clevenger. In addition to playing for charity events, weddings and churches, she enjoys teaching private piano lessons and recently released her first solo CD, "Reminiscence" in October 2010. In addition to music, Amy has a passion for theology and women's ministry. She has had the opportunity to be a featured speaker at a variety of Christian events. Amy resides in Indianapolis, Indiana with her husband of 17 years and their two sons. The Felt family is active in their local church and community.