- Teaches students:
- Ages 13+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
I am a professional singer who graduated with a master's in Vocal Pedagogy from the Boston Conservatory and a bachelor's in Vocal Performance from George Mason. My passion lies in teaching singers to use their voice with the greatest efficiency and artistry possible. I place heavy emphasis on technique and help students set manageable goals for their progress.
I am trained a classical soprano and contemporary musical theater singer. In my early training, I sang mostly church music as well as musical theater, but fell in love with opera and classical singing at George Mason. I have performed in numerous operas, including the title role of Hänsel in Humperdink’s Hänsel and Gretel and First Lady in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte. I also performed in musical theater reviews and jazz ensembles at Mason. I enjoyed the opportunity to perform abroad and choreographed for a production of La Traviata in Italy for the La Musica Lirica Summer Program. I currently sing in a small, early music ensemble run out of St. Benedict's Church in Richmond, VA.
Though she enjoys performing, I am a teacher at heart. I have been giving private voice lessons for years and have taught for such schools as the Potomac Arts Academy in Fairfax, Virginia and the Boston Arts Academy in Boston, Massachusetts. I was also the vocal coach for Boston City Singers’ Cantare Singers, a group of students between the ages of ten and fourteen. I enjoy working with singers of all ages and interests. I'm excited to meet you to begin your vocal journey!
Amanda is an awesome teacher, I love how she brings everything back to the anatomy, it makes it easier to understand what needs to be changed as far as technique. She rocks!
Amanda is a good voice teacher, especially with proper placement of the voice, and helping me to have better breath control.
I’m learning so much about technique, and it’s really helping me forward in my goals. It’s challenging, but rewarding.