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A rising vocalist and soprano, Amanda Majeski has enchanted thousands with her soulful voice and lyrical range. The American lyric soprano garnered critical acclaim for her powerful and moving portrayals of opera’s most famous heroines. Chicago Tribune praised the artist’s captivating performance as a ‘genuine tour de force that brought down the house’. Amanda, along with pianist Alan Darling, will be staging a concert at the elegant chambers of Weil Recital Hall in New York. All classical music lovers are eagerly waiting to experience this upcoming Carnegie Hall’s Salon Encores concert. The audience can reserve seats for themselves and loved ones at the Weil Recital Hall by buying Amanda Majeski tickets.
A graduate of Curtis Institute of Music, Amanda has portrayed various roles on stage over the years. During her stay at the Cutis Institute, Amanda performed in various operas including ‘Ainadamar’, ‘La rondine’ and ‘Don Giovanni’. She appeared in Poulenc’s ‘La voix humaine’ as a soprano and also played the title role of Tchaikovsky’s ‘lolanta’. In 2007, Richard Tucker Foundation awarded Amanda with a ‘Sara Tucker Study Grant’. In 2008, the young soprano won the Junior Division of Palm Beach Opera Vocal Competition. The following year, Amanda won the ‘George London Foundation Award’ for her work. The singer has also earned prestigious honors by the Bel Canto Foundation of Chicago and Opera Index, the Bel Canto Foundation of Rhode Island and the Opera Theatre of St. Louis.
Amanda made her recital debut in New York City in 2008 at the Weill Recital Hall. She collaborated with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra to perform ‘Mahler’s 4th Symphony’ at the Kennedy Center. She was also seen with the Elmhurst Symphony as well as the Apollo Chorus Symphony, performing Dvorak’s ‘Te Deum’ and Handel’s ‘Messiah’ respectively. She has worked with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago under conductor Erik Neilson in ‘Der Freischutz’, singing Agatha’s arias.
In 2009, Amanda joined the Ryan Opera Center where she awestruck audiences with her astonishing performances. She made her debut with the role of Countess Almaviva in ‘Le nozze di Figaro’. Chicago Magazine praised Amanda’s Countess Almaviva, stating that she ‘owned the stage’. She also performed trios from ‘Faust’ as well as ‘Les contes d’Hoffmann’ when she was featured in the ‘Stars of Lyric Opera of Chicago’ as a soloist. In 2012, Amanda again appeared on Carnegie Hall’s stage, this time as a featured soloist at the Annual Recital of Marilyn Home Foundation. Under the baton of Antony Walker, Amanda sang with the Washington Concert Opera, covering ‘Faust’s’ Marguerite.
During the 2012 season, Amanda once again enthralled classical opera critics with her riveting portrayals. Under Andrew Davis, she masterfully played her role debut of Eva in ‘Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg’ at the Lyric Opera of Chicago. She was also seen in the role of Goose-girl, originally popularized by celebrated soprano Geraldine Farrar, in Humperdinck’s ‘Konigskinder’. As the Goose-girl, Amanda was praised by Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung as the ‘most musically convincing performance this first night has to offer’.
Amanda’s upcoming live concert at the Carnegie Hall will prove to be a delightful music experience. A part of the Carnegie Hall’s Salon Encores concert series, the event will be held at the Weill Recital Hall. With a capacity of 268 seats, the elegant chambers of Weill Recital Hall provide the perfect opportunity to experience chamber concerts and recitals. The guests can enjoy free drinks while sharing and discussing their love for music. Amanda’s fans will be ecstatic to witness her in this intimate concert and might get to interact with the artist herself after the performance. So make sure to get Amanda Majeski tickets to be a part of this amazing musical night.