Since studying on the Music in Community course with Dee Isaacs at the University of Edinburgh, Amanda has been in demand as a freelance community workshop leader and choral animateur. Amanda’s work has involved the following stakeholders; Aberdeen International Youth Festival, Edinburgh International Festival, National Youth Choir of Scotland, Stirling and City of Edinburgh Councils and Renfrewshire Leisure. Amanda thoroughly enjoys combining singing and her love of arts education. This work has taken her around the world.

7 Seas, The Gambia © Ian Dodds

Highlights of Amanda’s work include:

Sprogmanay  and Something Old; Something New for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra

Happy Education Project for St Andrews Voices with Voces8

Workshops at Deeper Life School, The Gambia in collaboration with Dee Isaacs and the University of Edinburgh

Recent engagements include:

Memories are made of this in collaboration with Hermitage Park Primary School

Watching An opera for children about sleeping in collaboration with Leith Walk Primary School

Orpheus in the Gambia An adaption of the story Orpheus in the Underworld with music by Dee Isaacs

16 Singers Dance Umbrella and The Egg Theatre’s devised music theatre piece for 0-18 month year olds, incorporating dance, puppetry and song by Katherine Morley and with music by Paul Rissmann.