About Amanda Cole
“As a teacher and coach, I work with people who feel trapped by self-criticism or stage fright to find their creative performing voice so they can share their deep presence, brilliance and musicality. I help performers and would-be performers from accomplished classical instrumentalists to those wishing to get in touch with their authentic speaking or singing voice for the very first time.”
Amanda Cole holds degrees from the University of Melbourne, Monash University, Griffith University and the Victorian College of the Arts. She has received many awards and scholarships for singing and languages, including a Churchill Fellowship for study in Europe, a master’s in music performance and a doctorate in performing arts education. She performs in Australia, New Zealand and Europe and has presented academic papers at international conferences on music education, psychology, singing, and the Alexander Technique and published in the Australian Journal of Music Education.
Amanda Cole has taught at the University of Melbourne, the VCA and the University of Otago. She is currently Adjunct Research Fellow at Griffith University in South East Queensland (Australia) and visits Europe, UK, USA, Canada and New Zealand. For more about Amanda’s background and profile, click here.