A pianist, teacher, and arranger who’s as passionate about music as she is about being a Texan native, Amy brings a balance of fun and excellence to all of her music-making endeavors.
Holding a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music from Thomas Edison State University, Amy loves collaborative piano, and has served in countless roles as an accompanist — from nine years of serving as the accompanist and assistant for concert violinist and renowned Christian speaker, Dr. Margaret Nikol, to her busy days serving as the church pianist for Noth Belt Baptist Church in Humble, TX, and so much more.
Also a skilled arranger and composer, Amy loves writing Scripture songs, vocal music and piano music. She loves bringing her advanced music-making skills down to children’s levels, and she does it well, using the roles of song leader, puppeteer, scriptwriter, and being a professional supplier of a Jolly Ranchers.
At Sound Foundations, Amy will be assisting her mother (Valerie Bogner) in teaching children’s choir, as well as bring present as a coach and mentor for the students.