Mandy Harvey, singer-songwriter with a hearing impairment, to perform and speak at The Grove

Mandy HarveyMedia Contact:
Libby Siebens, community relations executive director, 509-682-6436 (Mon.-Thurs.)
Rhia Foster, events coordinator, 509-682-6780 

Mandy Harvey, singer-songwriter with a hearing impairment, to perform and speak at The Grove

Mandy Harvey, a singer-songwriter with a hearing impairment, will be performing and speaking at The Grove Recital Hall March 1. The concert and Q&A will be at 3 p.m. This is a private event for WVC students and faculty. Student or employee ID is required to attend. 

The event is sponsored by the WVC American Sign Language (ASL) student group and presented in partnership with the Icicle Creek Center for the Arts.

An ASL interpreter and hearing assistance equipment will be provided for the event. Those who need additional accommodations or have questions should contact Carla Boyd at

Mandy Harvey is an award winning singer, songwriter and motivational speaker with an invisible disability. Harvey lost her residual hearing in 2006-2007 at age 18 due to a connective tissue disorder that affected her nerves while she was a vocal music education major at Colorado State University. She left the program and pursued several career options, including education, but returned to music in 2008. She quickly became a regular performer at various venues and has released three albums thus far. Though her hearing loss is profound, her timing and pitch are perfect and her passion is tremendous. With support from friends, family and her faith, Harvey continues to find joy in music.

Harvey also performs Saturday, March 3 at 7 p.m. at the Icicle Creek Center for the Arts as part of their Visiting Artist Series. The Visiting Artist series brings performing artists from around the Pacific Northwest to schools to meet, perform for and work with students during the week and then cap off their visit with a public performance at Icicle Creek.


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