Amanda Arrington

Piano, Staff Accompanist

McCain Auditorium 235
aarring@k-state.edu

Amanda Arrington serves as faculty collaborative pianist at the Kansas State University School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. She maintains an active performing career collaborating with faculty artists, guest artists, and students in over 70 concerts each year. Amanda has performed national and international premieres with her colleagues at the North American Saxophone Alliance Conference (Champaign-Urbana, Illinois 2014), ClarinetFest (Assisi, Italy 2013), the International Double Reed Society Conference (Redlands, California 2013), the World Saxophone Congress (St. Andrews, Scotland 2012) and the National Association of Composers, USA-Summer Fest (NYC, New York 2010). As a concerto soloist, she has enjoyed performances with K-State’s Orchestra and Wind Ensemble. Amanda has also served as pianist for many local engagements, including the Hale Library Concert Series, Manhattan Parks and Recreation Department Summer Musicals, Kansas State University's Young People's Concerts, Manhattan's Summer Chorus, and an annual Messiah Sing-Along for community members. Amanda holds degrees in Music Education from Kansas State University and Piano Pedagogy from the University of Central Missouri.


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