Performing Arts Management extends a warm welcome to the new artistic director of BYU Noteworthy, Amy Geis. A singer and performer who has been captivating audiences with her passion for music her entire life, Geis was introduced to the world of a cappella in 2017 when she joined BYU Noteworthy as an undergraduate student. She stayed with the group until 2019, when she graduated from BYU with a bachelor’s degree in experience design and management. After graduation, Geis went on to direct Orem High School’s a cappella group, Critical Mass, for three years, leading the group to the ICHSA West Region semifinals in Portland, Oregon.
Not only an excellent director, Geis is a seasoned recording artist, having released an album and several singles on her own and contributed recording and songwriting for the Church’s EFY and youth albums. She has performed her original music on Good Things Utah and has been featured on Utah’s hit radio station 97.1 ZHT.
Geis met her husband at a Noteworthy show during her first semester performing with the group, and they have been married for more than five years. Their first child, a baby boy, was born in January of this year.
As the new director of BYU Noteworthy, Geis has loved every moment working with the singers. Geis’s passion for and dedication to music is evident, and Performing Arts Management is excited to have her as part of the team.