Amanda Waggoner is a vocalist who began singing at the age of three-years-old, and began performing in her local church choir. Throughout high school, she was a part of several vocal ensembles such as: Madrigrals, Chamber Choir, Show Choir, and Mixed Ensemble Choir. Currently residing in Fredericksburg, VA, she was also a member of Fredericksburg Singers, a community choir connected to the University of Mary Washington. She also attended voice lessons and studied under the direction of Wesley Hockaday, and Dr. Jane Tavernier.
After recieving the prestigious Aurelia B. Walford Scholarship, she currently attends the University of Mary Washington. She has been part of the “UMW Chorus”, and taken music history and technology courses while attending there. She was also the lead in a concert performance of Puccini’s “Suor Angelica”, and she has performed alongside several successful musicians in the Fredericksburg area.
In her spare time, she is a geographer currently pursuing her GISc Certification, she writes poetry, exercises, maintains a YouTube channel, is cage/go-go dancer in Richmond, VA and incorporates spiritual practices into her daily life. She also has plans to join the Peace Corps upon graduation.