Amanda Kirkpatrick has an active performing and teaching career. She has appeared as soloist with the University of Manitoba Symphony, the University of Missouri-Columbia Philharmonic, the University of Missouri-St. Louis Wind Ensemble, and the Samara, Russia Philharmonic.
Pianist Amanda Kirkpatrick is an active performer and teacher in the St. Louis area. A native of Canada, Kirkpatrick moved to the United States to study with acclaimed teacher Jane Allen. Upon completion of a Masters’ of Music in Piano Performance, she moved to St. Louis, Missouri where she continues to establish herself as a prolific performer. Kirkpatrick has performed throughout North America and Russia in appearances with various orchestras in addition to solo and collaborative work. An avid chamber musician, Kirkpatrick was a member of the modern music ensemble, Synchronia, and a founding member of Trinity piano trio. In addition to performing, she is a frequent adjudicator for local and national competitions and is an examiner for the Royal Conservatory of Music both in the US and Canada. A faculty member since 2006, Kirkpatrick is now Director of Keyboard Activities at Washington University in St. Louis.