Amanda Kai (formerly Woosley) is a resident of Austin and has enjoyed
playing the harp since 1995. She has played professionally at many different
venues in the Central Texas area including weddings, receptions, high tea
parties, real estate open houses, holiday parties, church events, birthdays,
and anniversaries.
Her extensive repertoire includes classical music, pop hits, jazz & broadway
favorites, traditional & contemporary wedding music, movie themes,
inspirational music, and many international styles.
Amanda performed for three seasons with the Cinematic Symphony
(formerly the Austin Wind Symphony), under the direction of Patrick
Phillips. The ensemble performs several concerts per year, with an exclusive
repertoire of television and film scores.
What They Are Saying:
“Words Escape Me…”
Dear Amanda,
Words escape me…. I weep when I listen to my recording of your performance at Anne Elise and Tyler’s wedding. Tears of joy & appreciation!
Many Thanks!
February 2014
“Music Makes the Event”
I cannot recommend Amanda highly enough. The music she provided for our daughter’s wedding was simply beautiful and made the event extra
special. Amanda was accompanied by Becky Montgomery on the violin and Katie Neans as a vocalist. They were all perfect, professional, and
delightful. We really appreciated the guidance Amanda gave us in selecting the ceremony music. We would have been lost without her.
June 2012
My ceremony music was beautiful! The music was whimsical. The ceremony definitely was a success!
June 2012
“Beautiful and Professional Harpist”
Amanda was not only talented but professional and dependable throughout the process from the contract to the day of. She even went as far to ask
the colors of the wedding and dressed in our color blue. We had an outdoor wedding and having a harpist was perfect for the setting. She allowed us
to choose from a variety of pieces and offered to learn new songs if we wanted. Highly recommend.
-Shelly & Mike
March 2012
“Beautiful Ceremony Music”
Amanda played at our ceremony, and her music was beautiful. My guests told me they enjoyed having her there, and that she was very good. Before
the wedding, I didn’t have concrete ideas on what songs to use. We met with Amanda, and she was able to help us pick them out. She even had a
Chinese song she could play since my family was Chinese. Overall, we’re happy we picked Amanda to play at our wedding!
October 2011
“Amanda Woosley Harpist Amazing at Our Wedding”
Amanda’s talent playing the harp during our wedding added a touch of elegance we were looking for. We had many wonderful comments from our
guests about her performance. When first meeting Amanda she was very professional and played many examples of music for us in person.Her
pricing is very competitive in the area and more than reasonable. We knew at that moment that she was the one to play during our ceremony. We
highly recommend Amanda!
-Arthur & Cheri
October 2011
“Wonderful Harpist”
Amanda played for my daughter’s wedding at Green Pastures last Saturday evening. From the first time we met with her, she was a true professional.
She arrived on time in a purple dress(one of my daughter’s wedding colors) which really pleased us. She played all the songs we had chosen and did
a beautiful job of providing our guests with a soothing prelude to the ceremony.
October 2011
“Amanda Woosley- Harpist”
I would highly recommend Amanda as a harpist for your wedding ceremony. She was wonderful to work with and the music filled the room so
beautifully. I felt it added so much to the wedding ceremony. She was also very willing to learn new pieces that were meaningful to us.
July 2011
Ave Maria-Schubert
Canon in D-Pachelbel
Caro Mio Ben- Giordano
God of Our Fathers- Warren
Here Comes the Bride (Bridal March)- Wagner
I Vow to Thee- Holst
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring- Bach
Magnifique (Processional in C)- Woosley
O Perfect Love- Barnby
Ode to Joy- Beethoven
Trumpet Tune- Purcell
Trumpet Voluntary- Purcell
Wedding March-Mendelssohn
Aria (Sonata for Flute)- Vinci
Claire de Lune- Debussy
Grand 1894 Opera House Waltz- Trotter
Menuet- Andres
O Mio Babbino Caro-Puccini
Prelude in C- Bach
Premiere Arabesque- Debussy
Raymonda- Glazunov
Amazing Grace-Anon.
As the Deer- Nystrom
Great Is Thy Faithfulness- Runyan
The Lord’s Prayer- Malotte
Morning Has Broken- Hastings
Broadway Hits
My Cup Runneth Over (I Do, I Do)
-All I Ask of You (Phantom of the Opera)
-Edelweiss (The Sound of Music)
The Sound of Music (The Sound of Music)
Embraceable You- Gershwin
La Vie en Rose- Louiguy
The Way You Look Tonight- Kern/Sinatra
What A Wonderful World- Weiss/Thiele
In the Forest- Woods
Jasmine- Trad. Chinese
Pistache- Andres
Sakura- Japanese Folk Song
Tango- Salzedo
Enchanted Garden- Woosley
Path to the Sea- Gustavson
Pedals on Vacation- Braun
Sea Anemones- John, Patricia
All My Loving- Lennon & McCartney
Annie’s Song- Denver
Eight Days a Week- Lennon & McCartney
For You- Denver
Love Me Tender- Matson/Presley
Movie Themes
A Whole New World (Aladdin)- Menken
Beauty and the Beast- Menken
Can You Feel the Love Tonight- John, Elton
The Ludlows (Legends of the Fall)- Horner
My Heart Will Go On (Titanic)- Horner
Somewhere in Time- Barry