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Biography

Amanda Blue is a professional Opera singer currently based in the Midwest. She received her B.A. in Vocal Performance at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire and her M.M of Vocal Performance and Pedagogy at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ with distinction.

During her studies, she has performed at Carnegie Hall, Kimmel Center, Lincoln Center, Italy, Montreal, throughout central Europe, and across the country while also focusing on musicology and ethnomusicology as a part of her continued studies and still studies those topics and themes today. Amanda has performed roles ranging from The Countess in “Le Nozze Di

Figaro” by Mozart to the New Prioress in Poulenc’s “Dialouge of the Carmelities.”

 

Under the tutelage of Dr. Christopher Arneson, she continues to focus on her vocal development and repertoire. She has worked and collaborated with Deb Birnbaum, Martina Arroyo, Joan Dornaman, Glen Morton, the late Ruth Falcon, and many more in productions and vocal literature.

Recently, Amanda has been invited to continue her recital program and performance at the Union League Clubs of both Chicago and New York City. One of her greatest achievements was creating her Hospital Recital Series where she toured all of the New York City hospitals, accompanied by David Holkeboer. She continues to perform regularly in recital and performance settings. In her free time, Amanda loves to practice the art of interior design and continue her studies in opera, while working on her philanthropic work with music.

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