Empowering Students Through the Joy of Music and the Arts


Voice, Musical Theater, Choir, Piano

Amanda Saul is a music teacher and soprano originally from Illinois. She is a graduate of Western Illinois University with a Master of Music in Vocal Performance. During her studies there, Amanda held two graduate assistantships both in music history, theory, and aural skills. She was also a winner of the WIU Concerto/Aria competition in 2017. Both in 2017 and 2018, Amanda traveled to Italy to sing in two different opera programs, where she gained experience singing multiple roles, including Lucia from Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor. Also in 2018, she played The Queen of the Night in Mozart’s The Magic Flute with the Muddy River Opera Company in Quincy, IL. Amanda currently resides in Brooklyn and is pursuing a career in opera and classical singing, among other styles, as well as teaching all ages. She has over 7 years of experience teaching voice lessons and plays and teaches piano as well. Amanda has over 12 years of choral singing experience and has even sung at Carnegie Hall with the Millikin University choir, where she completed her Bachelor of Music degree. She has held roles in many musicals and loves the musical theatre world as well. Amanda was the music director and conductor for Annie the Musical in 2019 in Harlingen, TX, where she worked with many inspiring and motivated kids. She loves to work with children and always loves to learn from them, as well as share her excitement and passion for music and teaching.