Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla
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Tiffany Lu liked Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla's photo
Feb 21, 2015
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Apr 1, 2014
Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post What's in a Title?
"Thank you for the enthusiasm, Deidre! Basically here is the gist of it. The story is based on an 1890s feminist novella by Kate Chopin, relocated to a New York suburb in the 1940s. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have about it.…"
Feb 28, 2014
Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post What's in a Title?
"I'm going to share with you the titles of the songs in the score of the new musical I'm working on with fellow ME member Anthony Constantino! ;) "Morning Shine" "Deep Blue Sea" "Only You" "Beauty…"
Feb 27, 2014
Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla replied to Claudia Friedlander's discussion How to Sing Smoothly Across Your Vocal Registers in the group Voice Studio
"AIEE! Thank you Claudia, you've made me one happy girl."
Jan 14, 2014
Mikhail Johnson left a comment for Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla
"I am very much interested in your recent request for a composer for your upcoming musical "The Awakening" I would like to get more details as to the requirements to be accepted for the position."
Jan 11, 2014
Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla commented on Carnegie Hall's group Composing
"COMPOSER WANTED for "The Awakening," a new musical drama!   Check http://amandadelalla.wix.com/amanda-delalla#!the-awakening/c1t9i for more info."
Jan 9, 2014
Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla replied to Claudia Friedlander's discussion How to Present an Opera Aria in Auditions in the group Voice Studio
"Yes, yes, YEAH! Auditions are way tougher than performing in front of a crowd for me, but my reason is that not only are you solitary, but you know that the audition panel knows what they are talking about...so if they aren't crazy about you,…"
Dec 14, 2013
Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla commented on Carnegie Hall's group Voice Studio
"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLZBriBcbsE My cover of "Everything Has Changed." Not exactly the kind of stuff I usually do, nor the usual kind of stuff posted here, but hey, variety is the spice of life! Right?"
Nov 22, 2013
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Nov 22, 2013
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Nov 22, 2013
Deidre Rodman Struck left a comment for Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla
"Welcome to the Songwriting Group! Check out our current songwriting activities.."
Oct 19, 2013
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Oct 18, 2013
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Oct 18, 2013
Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla commented on Carnegie Hall's group Musical Theater
"Thank you Adam Pascal! I'm a very happy thespian   And not just for that reason! My musical I've written, based on Roy Clarke's Britcom Keeping Up Appearances, is getting a reading in my hometown! Granted, it's a…"
Aug 29, 2013
Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla replied to Michelle Herrewynen's discussion Voice Recital Theme: Songs related to obsessive and/or neurotic women in the group Voice Studio
"This isn't pre 20th century but "Getting Married Today" from the musical Company is a perfect choice. And a great showpiece if you can nail a patter song"
Jun 17, 2013

Profile Information

I am a:
Student, Performing Artist
My school is:
St. John's University
My style(s) of music:
Musical Theater, Opera, Pop
I am interested in:
Performing, Songwriting / Writing Lyrics
My musical instrument(s):
Voice
My favorite artists, influences, and inspirations are:
Stephen Sondheim, Oscar Hammerstein, Judy Kaye, George Gershwin, Meryl Streep, Bernadette Peters, Kelli O'Hara, Alan Menken, Margo Martindale, Victoria Clark
More about me:
Follow my blog megameryl.tumblr.com

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At 6:25pm on January 11, 2014, Mikhail Johnson said…

I am very much interested in your recent request for a composer for your upcoming musical "The Awakening" I would like to get more details as to the requirements to be accepted for the position.

At 9:02pm on October 19, 2013, Deidre Rodman Struck said…

Welcome to the Songwriting Group! Check out our current songwriting activities..

At 2:43pm on May 24, 2013, Cole Stephen Bermudez said…

Hey Amanda! My name is Cole and i saw your message to the composing group. I would love to help! If you could give me some original files of Rigoletto and some chord changes, if you have them, that would be great! Also, the lyrical rhythms will help.

-Cole

At 9:26pm on May 6, 2013, Brittany Bigelow said…
At 9:26pm on May 6, 2013, Brittany Bigelow said…

Hey Amanda!! Check out our "Ask Us" blog and maybe even post a question that you may have about being a performing arts student, living in NYC, auditioning...whatever you want :) 

Talk to you soon!!! 

At 10:28pm on April 20, 2013, Brittany Bigelow said…

Just saw you response to my age 3 comment! I love that you are a comedic actress! It is extremely difficult!! 

At 10:20am on April 2, 2013, Jonathon Hampton said…

Hi Faith. I'm having some trouble with IM. Anyway, I was saying that good tombre can be shaped by your mouth, tongue, palette position, and the space you create in your mouth, face (nose resonator) and chest. Try experimenting with different depths of sound. 

At 10:49pm on March 29, 2013, Leslie Stifelman said…

FAITH!  Welcome to Musical Exchange!  I've been enjoying your videos.  Any chance you can sing something to a music backing track so I can hear you sing in context?  If you can pick something - I love your sense of humor - maybe in AGE THREE - that would be great.  There are lots of ways to find tracks to sing to.  See Tony Ponella's article for some helpful hints.

All best, Leslie

At 4:39pm on March 12, 2013, Jonathon Hampton said…

Sorry to miss your IM this time around. I saw you in the main group chat page, where you mentioned your name is Amanda. Nice to meet you. I'm a vocalist, and part of the Carnegie Hall team. Welcome to the comunity, and thanks for sharing already! Some of your songs might be fitting for the "Seven Ages of Musicals" project, so check it out, and feel free to embed there. Here's the direct link which you can find from the Musical Theater group page: http://musicalexchange.carnegiehall.org/page/the-seven-ages-of-musicals

At 6:41pm on March 11, 2013, Evan Taylor said…

Hi Amanda! Welcome to the Musical Exchange community! Feel free to join any of the groups that interest you here! Let me know if you have any questions about the site! :)

 
 
 

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