Amy Goodman Wulfman has had an international career as a concert violinist, performing with orchestras in Europe and in the U.S. She studied at the Vienna Academy with Günter Pichler and Michael Frischenschlager, performing and recording with the baroque ensemble Capella Academica under Eduard Melkus.
In the U.S., Ms Wulfman is currently on the violin and chamber music faculty of the New England Conservatory Preparatory Division in Boston, Massachusetts since 2000. She was a presenter at the 2018 American String Teachers Association National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ms Wulfman received her B.A. from Yale University where she studied with Shirley Givens and her M.M. from the University of Wisconsin. Ms Wulfman is an active performer, playing concerts in the Mid-Atlantic Region. In the past Ms. Wulfman has served on the faculties of the Lawrenceville School, Choate Rosemary Hall, and the Phillips Andover Academy. She has taught summer chamber music at Music on the Hill, Belmont Massachusetts, and was co-founder of the New Haven Summer Quartet Camp.
Currently, in addition to her private violin and viola studio in Princeton, New Jersey and the New England Conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts, Amy Wulfman is on the music faculty of Princeton Day School, Stretto Youth Chamber Orchestra, Princeton, and the Blue Mountain Festival at Franklin & Marshall College.
Amy Goodman Wulfman lives in Princeton with her family, along with her dog and her parrot.