Amanda Brunk

Waterloo, Ontario

Amanda Brunk

Waterloo, Ontario

An active musical director and cross-over voice instructor, Ms. Brunk has adjudicated voice competitions in Canada and the United States, and has attended courses and sessions in voice disorders and rehabilitation in New York, Philadelphia and Hamilton, ON.

Amanda’s voice students have performed as members of the company at The Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada, touring productions of American Idiot and The Wizard Of Oz and the Broadway production of Jersey Boys, and have starred in T.V.'s Degrassi: The Next Generation and My Life as a Dog. Others have gone on to complete performance degrees in the top college and university programs for classical voice and musical theatre performance in Canada.

As conductor of the Grand Philharmonic Youth Choir, Amanda enjoys directing classical and contemporary choral music alongside artistic director of the Grand Philharmonic organization Mark Vuorinen. She also holds the position of Vocal Director for LMC Productions, coaching singers in multiple shows and cabarets for various cruise lines.

Amanda now serves as Adjunct Faculty at Heritage College in Cambridge, where she coaches singers in technique, interpretation and expression of both classical technique and theatre belt singing through private lessons and masterclasses, and is the founder of the Kitchener-Waterloo based production company The Singer's Theatre.

  • Work
    • The Singer's Theatre
  • Education
    • BacMusPerf