Amy Ley has been hailed by critics as "one of the most sought-after performers on her instrument in Windsor and Southern Michigan and it is easy to see why." - The Windsor Star.

Transfixed at an early age by the harp's unique beauty of shape and sound, Amy remains to this day passionate about the instrument as she continues to enjoy her career as a harpist.

Amy holds both Masters and Bachelors of Music degrees from the University of Michigan. She is the Principal Harpist with the Windsor Symphony, Flint and Ann Arbor Symphonies and plays regularly with many other ensembles including the Grand Rapids Symphony. She performs in chamber concerts, education and musical outreach events across the US and Canada. Amy also champions new works written for the harp as a member of the new music ensemble "Brave New Works" and is the harp instructor at Hillsdale College and the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan.

Part of what Amy enjoys about being a harpist is the aspect of communication and personal relations that go along with being a musician. She looks forward to working with you to create a high quality, personalized event.