Amy (Bradbury) Redhage grew up in Marshalltown, IA.  She was part of the Marshalltown school string program and then in high school she came to Iowa City to study with Doris Preucil.  She has a degree in violin performance from the University of Minnesota, where she studied with Sally O’Reilly and Mark Bjork, and an MM in violin performance/Suzuki pedagogy from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she studied with Linda Cerone and Michele George.

Amy and her husband, Dan, have spent the last 18 years raising five children while Dan attended seminary and served churches in Indiana, Wisconsin, South Dakota, and now Lowden, Iowa.

Along the way, Amy has directed a school orchestra program, taught violin at a community school of the arts, and played with various orchestras, including the Fort Wayne Philharmonic and South Dakota Symphony.