Amanda Holley Alumni
Amanda Holley, a rising artist, made her debut with published poetry and prose through Columbia Press. She’s since performed at esteemed venues like Carnegie Hall and shared the stage with WALE at Sony Hall NYC. Her music has also captivated audiences at high-profile events like New York Fashion Week and Coachella, following her release with Tommy Boy Warner Bros.

A Newark native with a deep soul and a bi-racial background, born into the world of music, Amanda’s story is defined by her exceptional musical journey. With a cellist mother and a songwriter father (known for writing for Sarah Vaughan), music flows in her veins. She began singing before she could speak and is a self-taught violinist and pianist from a young age. Since the age of 7, she’s been captivating audiences with her vocals. Her recent performances have graced renowned venues, including Carnegie Hall, Birdland, the United Nations, and NYFW. Notably, she opened for WALE at SONY HALL and has taken her music to Coachella events and various hotspots across the U.S. Her journey is a testament to her undeniable musical talent and the resilience that defines her story.

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