About Amy

Amy Blewett began teaching Suzuki Violin in 2000. She has since expanded her program to piano, recorder, and other strings. Amy has been playing piano since the age of 7 and violin since the age of 9. She studied string and woodwind pedagogy at the University of Evansville, Indiana, and studied with Suzuki Teacher-Trainer Carol Dallinger. Amy is a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas and hopes to continue beyond her Unit 1A and 1B certification.

Outside the Studio, Amy is also the Museum Curator at the Paducah Railroad Museum and volunteers monthly as a docent at the National Quilt Museum. She also assists her husband, Logan, with the administrative duties of leading the handbell ensembles at her church, Reidland United Methodist Church, and at his church, Grace Covenant Cumberland Presbyterian Church, as a Nursery Worker. She is also a member of the Paducah Symphony Orchestra Education Committee. In years past, she also performed with the Paducah Symphony Orchestra as a second violinist. 

Her other hobbies include cooking, crochet, bike riding, and camping.