Maxie Mandel is a 15-year-old singer-songwriter from Bryn Mawr, PA who lets her life flow through her music. An emotional, pure powerhouse vocalist, she plays piano and guitar to write and arrange contemporary songs that transcend any one particular genre. Maxie sounds like Maxie in her natural element.
Maxie featured in Main Line Today magazine’s “Next Gen: 15 Local Leaders Under the Age of 30” for her musical community service work. She is the founder of Maxie’s Hot Chocolate House, an annual Main Line teen concert event that benefits LiveConnections at World Café Live. One of her songs written for Brandon’s Voice advocates for autism awareness, and another is slated to benefit teen cancer. Lately, she has been performing her originals to benefit local organizations with missions that resonate with her lyrics.
Maxie was recognized as a top five Pop finalist in Philly’s 2019 PHL LIVE Center Stage Competition, and won the 2018 Meridee Winters Music School Teen Song Contest. She performs at open mics and venues including The Bryn Mawr Twilight Concert Series, South West Wayne Porchfest, Philadelphia Area Songwriters Alliance and Philadelphia Folksong Society.