Classically trained vocalist and pianist, Amanda Warwick, received her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from Stephen F. Austin State University, and Master’s Degree in Arts Administration from Tulane University. Mrs. Warwick has taught in both the public and private settings, has over twelve years experience in the Suzuki Method, and is an active member of the Houston Area Suzuki Piano Association (HASPA).
Having a background in Opera, Theatre, Musical Theatre, and Dance, Mrs. Warwick has performed lead roles at both of her universities as well as in the community. She has sung with the Houston Symphony Chorus, Opera in the Heights, Archdiocesan Choir of Galveston-Houston, and various churches in the area. However, her proudest accomplishment, and the most important “role” of all time is being mom to two wonderful boys, Nickolas and Christian. They have grown up surrounded by music; both starting with the Suzuki method on their respective instruments at the age of three. A music-centered lifestyle has helped instill in them a hard work ethic, discipline, and a sense of confidence. Seeing them grow into fine musicians, and, most importantly, fine human beings, has given her the greatest inspiration of her life.
Mrs. Warwick has a true passion for teaching and enjoys sharing her love of music with her students. She believes that by developing the talents within, one’s life will be filled with more beauty, and, ultimately, more meaning, compassion, and love.