Amanda Glover is a mezzo-soprano from Spokane, Washington, with a BA in Vocal Performance from Gonzaga University. She serves as the alto section leader and choral scholar at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Spokane, and frequently sings as a soloist with the Cathedral Kantorei Choir under the direction of Dr. Timothy Westerhaus; her performance credits include Bach’s B-minor Mass (alto soloist, Kantorei), The Montana Cantata Project (alto soloist, Bitterroot Baroque Ensemble in Hamilton, MT), Handel’s Messiah (alto soloist, Chorale Coeur d’Alene, dir. Dr. Stanley McDaniel), and the role of Dido in Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas as an undergraduate student at Gonzaga. She also serves as an occasional substitute music and choir teacher at the Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute in Spokane, and teaches voice privately. Amanda’s teaching style focuses on developing healthy singing technique based on voice science and body awareness. She encourages artistic expression and personal connection to repertoire through an understanding of poetry and how it relates to the music itself.