Tami Petty is an Award Winner of Joy in Singing having made her New York City solo recital debut in 2014. She has performed with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, with New York Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall, and with Voices of Ascension at Alice Tully Hall, for which The New York Times hailed her “powerful soprano" and The Classical Music Network declared, “Such a beauty and purity of tone is so rare that I could only listen in ethereal pleasure."

Favorite oratorio and concert works include Poulenc GLORIA with Symphony of North Arkansas, Brahms GERMAN REQUIEM with Manchester Choral Society, Beethoven SYMPHONY NO. 9 with Altoona Symphony, Mozart REQUIEM with Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, Dvorak TE DEUM and with St. George Choral Society, Vaughan Williams A SEA SYMPHONY with Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus, DONA NOBIS PACEM with New Hampshire Music Festival, and Richard Strauss VIER LETZTE GESÄNGE with St. Joseph Symphony.

She has performed soprano and mezzo-soprano operatic roles alike, including the title role in SUOR ANGELICA with Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra, Leonore in FIDELIO with Fort Collins Symphony, the Mother in AMAHL AND THE NIGHT
VISITORS with historic Grace Church in New York City, Lady Billows in ALBERT HERRING as a guest with Colorado State University, Mrs. Herring in ALBERT HERRING as a guest with the Adler Fellows of San Francisco, Berta in BARBER OF SEVILLE with the Merola Opera Program, Cincinnati Opera, Central City Opera, and Bronx Opera, the Mother and the Witch in HANSEL AND GRETEL with Chautauqua Opera Outreach, Flora Bervoix in LA TRAVIATA with Cincinnati Opera, Charlotte in scenes from WERTHER at Eastman Opera Theatre, Buttercup in H.M.S. PINAFORE with Rochester Philharmonic, and Dido in DIDO AND AENEAS with Rochester Bach Festival.

Winner of career grants from the Richard Tucker Foundation, the Lotte Lehmann Foundation, Chautauqua Opera Guild, the Lotte Lenya Competition, and the prestigious Merola Opera Program of the San Francisco Opera Center, Petty also received special recognition in the Marilyn Horne Song Competition during her time spent at Music Academy of the West. She is the first recipient of the Emerging Artist Award from the Sorel Organization honoring women in music and received the
Jessie Kneisel Prize in German Lieder while a student at the Eastman School of Music.