Amanda Gregory is a digital opera artist and multimedia performer who received her Masters from Manhattan School of Music and her Bachelors from Pepperdine University. Her International opera career varies from traditional to contemporary classical, including roles such as Mimi in La Boheme in Heidelberg, Germany and The Countess in Le Nozze di Figaro in Siena, Italy; featured soprano in Mason Bates’ electronic opera California Fictions at Aspen Music Festival, and the Blue Alien in a live version of The Fifth Element. While in New York, Gregory performed as the featured soprano in hybrid music ensemble Nouveau Classical Project and Award-Winning art rock group The Knells, receiving reviews by The New York Times, The New Yorker, Time Out New York, Vice Magazine, AMFM magazine, and Textura. In 2013, Gregory began her career as a creative director of multimedia performances that combine her operatic vocal techniques with spatial sound design, immersive visuals, and interactive storytelling. Currently based in California, Gregory has created works that include collaborations with some of the world’s top digital artists. Examples include customized video projection by Jonathan Jindra for the Contemporary Art Museum in Houston that “still has guests talking about the most unusual, captivating entertainment imaginable” (CultureMap); dome visuals by Android Jones and Julius Horsthuis at Obscura Digital; a live performance using Tilt Brush powered by Microdose VR at the Samskara Dome; a computer vision performance commissioned by Google Launchpad with visuals by Stephen Sandridge; and a performance with Augmented Reality for Can Buyukberber’s Faces on Display at Adobe’s Exhibition at the Festival of the Impossible. Ms. Gregory is currently based in Los Angeles with creative partner Can Buyukberber, where they are developing as a duo of digital art and music.