Amanda Scholz, Colorado native and advocate for the arts, will receive her Bachelors of Arts in Vocal Performance from Colorado State University in December of 2020. She has studied voice and piano for 15 years and has performed in many choirs nationally and internationally. In May of 2019, Amanda performed in Italy with Colorado State University Chamber Choir. She has also performed in several operas and music theatre productions including Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance, Frank Loesser's Guys and Dolls, and Maurice Ravel's L'Enfant et les Sortil'ges.
Amanda is an advocate for healthy singing and incorporating body awareness, relaxation, and positivity into her teaching. She has studied different pedagogical methods including the Alexander Method, the Feldenkrais Method, and yoga in order to combat performance anxiety and produce the best sounds with your voice. Amanda encourages her students to seek out several different musical inspirations in order to apply them in lessons.
Amanda is passionate about teaching any and all musical styles. She has collegiate training in classical, musical theatre, jazz, and folk music. However, she is willing to teach whatever genre of music her students are passionate about. She believes nothing is more important than an underlying passion for music and to renew that passion as you expand your music education.Email Amanda:firstname.lastname@example.org