Amanda Mole is the recipient of numerous awards, including First Prize at the 8th International Organ Competition Musashino- Tokyo in 2017 and First Place and the Audience Prize at the Miami International Organ Competition in 2016. Since 2017, she has served as a juror for several organ competitions, and in 2016 was chosen as one of The Diapason magazine’s ‘Top 20 Under 30’.
Mole has performed internationally, and in 2015 was a featured performer at the New Haven Regional American Guild of Organists Convention. In 2016 she joined the roster of concert artists at the Organ Historical Society (OHS) National Convention in Philadelphia, appearing again at the 2018 OHS National Convention in Rochester, NY. She has received critical acclaim in The American Organist, The Diapason, and The Tracker magazines, and her performances are frequently broadcast on the radio programme, Pipedreams LIVE!.
Originally from Holden, Massachusetts, Mole is currently completing a doctor of musical arts degree as a student of David Higgs at the Eastman School of Music, New York. She earned her master of music degree from Yale University where she studied organ and choral conducting, and was the only candidate in her class to receive the Church Music Studies Certificate. Prior to Yale she obtained a bachelor of music degree with honors at Eastman. Earlier studies were with Larry Schipull and Patricia Snyder.
For more information, visit www.amandamole.com.