vocal + visual artist
Amanda Austin is an award-winning operatic soprano and visual artist melding both into work that champions the human body as a medium and instrument. Described as a “supple soprano” (San Diego Story) with “creamy and consistent tonal range” (San Diego Union Tribune) and “luminous presence”(Operawire), Amanda performs opera, concert, musical theatre, and unconventional multidisciplinary applications of concert and classical music.
Amanda has performed the roles of Calisto in Franscesco Cavalli’s La Calisto, Pamina (Die Zauberflöte), Isabelle/Madeline (The Face on the Barroom Floor), Cendrillon (Cendrillon), Norina (Don Pasquale), and studied Gilda (Rigoletto), Poppea (L’incoronzaione di Poppea), and Madame de la Grand Bouche (Beauty and the Beast) for 2020/2021 season performances that were cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amanda’s portfolio is a collection of performances as an operatic soloist, recitalist, producer, and visual artist.
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The OmniARTS Foundation Inc. is a non-profit organization that cultivates interdisciplinary art through new work commissions, arts education, and performance events.
Founded in 2018, OmniARTS fosters collaboration between two or more artists of varying disciplines. In response to the coronavirus pandemic and community need, OmniARTS created the Lean On Me Concert Series, partnering with The New Music Solidarity Fund, Artist Relief Tree, and First Responder’s Children’s Foundation to provide our communities uplifting performances and emergency resources to artists and essential workers.