Voice, Music Theory
Amanda Enriquez Greabell received her Bachelor of Arts in Sacred Music with a minor in Drama from Franciscan University of Steubenville. She then attended East Carolina University, completing her Master of Music in Vocal Performance with a concentration in Vocal Pedagogy.
Mrs. Greabell’s experience and education has garnered familiarity with a wide variety of musical styles. Her experience in sacred music fostered a love for early music performance practice, Gregorian chant, and sacred polyphony. Prior to her education in classical voice, she trained and performed extensively in musical theatre and other contemporary, non-classical styles. She has worked professionally as a studio singer, party band vocalist, Latin band vocalist, and contemporary worship singer.
Mrs. Greabell is a Tampa native. She began her classical voice training with Blake Leopold, and since then has studied with Dr. Alanna Keenan, and Dr. Jami Rhodes. She is a member of the National Music Honor Society, Pi Kappa Lambda, as well as the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Mrs. Greabell joined the Leopold School faculty in 2015. She inherited the Leopold School from her predecessors Blake and Esther Leopold in January 2018 and has enjoyed her role as owner and operator in addition to instructing ever since.