Praised as having a "lovely voice" that "had no trouble filling the large hall," Amanda is a "very talented" Atlanta-based soprano who is embarking on her professional opera career. She holds a Master of Music degree in Classical Voice Performance from New York University, which is coupled with an Advanced Certificate of Study in Vocal Pedagogy. Since completing these degrees in 2014, Amanda returned to her home state of Georgia, and has enjoyed singing on stages all of the world from Carnegie Hall in New York to the mountain tops of Austria. Amanda also enjoys her time as a chorister with the Grammy Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus, in which she made her "well-sung" debut in Verdi's Te Deum in February 2019.
Amanda also graduated Magna cum Laude from Florida State University in 2012 where she earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Voice Performance.