Amanda Marks, also known as Violin Girl, is a professional electric violinist, vocalist, and recording artist who has graced the stages of music festivals, clubs, and venues both nationally and overseas. She takes tracks, often being mixed by DJs, and improvises over them on the electric violin, thus infusing electronic music with live instrumentation and lots of love.Her experience in the transformational festival scene includes showcases at Burning Man, Envision Festival in Costa Rica, Lucidity Festival, Northern Nights Music Festival, etc. She has also played for prominent festival organizations like Burning Man Arts, Opulent Temple, Root Society, Dancetronauts, Camp Walter, Disorient, and more.Amanda is equally comfortable featuring at major clubs and high profile venues. She is a resident artist at Drai’s Beach Club in Las Vegas and Spin Nightclub in San Diego. Amanda made her European debut performing in Amsterdam at Sugarfactory for their Wicked Jazz Sounds night; since then she has expanded her international resume by playing Costa Rica, Peru, Mexico, and Canada. She opened for Chus & Ceballos at the famed Mixmag Lab Los Angeles, has performed at well-known clubs like Public Works, King King, Couture, 1015 Fulsom, etc, and was a featured artist at both the Los Angeles and Las Vegas House Music Awards. Amanda has earned awards for "Best Instrumentalist in Las Vegas", “Best Duo in Las Vegas”, and as one of the Las Vegas Weekly's Artists to Watch.Her first-ever track, "Holding Back by Freddy Be (Deep Tribe Remix ft. Violin Girl)" has recently been released on the Perspectives Digital label, reached #76 on the Top 100 Chart, and was supported by the likes of Darin Epsilon, Maya Jane Coles, Soul Button, Matt Darey, Oliver Schories, Erin Sharoni of DJ Mag USA, and more.