Amanda DeBoer Bartlett

 Photo: Aleksandr Karjaka

Photo: Aleksandr Karjaka

Amanda DeBoer Bartlett is an experimental singer and presenter based in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a member of Ensemble Dal Niente, Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble, and Hasco Duo, and is the director of an experimental performance festival called Omaha Under the Radar.

As  a  contemporary  classical  music  specialist,  Ms.  DeBoer  has  premiered  works  by  inspiring musical  innovators  including  Holly  Herndon,  Marcos  Balter,  Christopher  Cerrone,  Robert Honstein,  Morgan  Krauss,  Ravi  Kittappa,  Fredrick  Gifford,  Aaron  Einbond,  Chris  Fisher-Lochhead, Ryan Carter, Jonn Sokol, and many others.

Born and raised in Omaha, NE, Ms. DeBoer moved to Chicago to study at DePaul University where she received a Bachelor of Music. She received a Masters degree from the University at Buffalo,  where  she  studied  with  acclaimed  contemporary  interpreter  Tony Arnold,  and  a Doctorate of Musical Arts from Bowling Green State University.