Tracy Fehr holds a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance, with distinction (2002, University of Alberta) and an A.R.C.T. in Singing, Performance (1996, Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto), and was Artist in Residence at Regent College, Vancouver (2019).


**Medieval Concerts and Feasts

**Monteverdi to Mozart

**A Medieval & Berber Fusion: A fusion concert of European Medieval and traditional Berber Music featuring the Oud at the Centre for Arab and Mediterranean Music, Tunisia. 

 **Stories from Africa: A Soprano’s Tale: Songs intertwined with stories of Tracy’s African visits and fundraising concerts for vulnerable families and single mums in North Africa. This is an informal concert/lecture with Tracy accompanying herself at the piano.

**Lullabies, Liturgy and Lament: Women of the song: A concert featuring female European composers and performers from Hildegarde von Bingen of the Medieval era to Josepha Weber and the Age of Opera. Meet well know composers and musicians such as Hildegarde, Beatriz de Die, and Barbara Strozzi, as well as lesser known artists like Christine de Pisan, Francesca Caccini, Anna Bon and Isabella Leonarda!

**Classical Concerts (Soprano, Piano): Operatic Arias, 20th Century, and Art Songs, as well as arrangements of African-American Spirituals and Musical Theatre.

**Baroque Arias (Soprano, Orchestra): Beautiful Arias for coloratura soprano

**Solo Recitals: Tracy Fehr’s wide-ranging recital repertoire includes Baroque and Early Music, Operatic Arias, Art Songs, German Lieder, and 20th Century, as well as Broadway favourites and arrangements of African-American Spirituals. Tracy creates well-crafted concerts choosing repertoire specifically geared to each audience.

**Chamber Music Recitals: See Chamber music repertoire below

**Mozart and More Chamber Music Concert: A concert with a focus on chamber works and arias for the Coloratura and including Mozart’s Exsultate, jubilate,  Schon lacht der holde Frühling, Der Hölle Roche; Vivaldi’s Nulla in mundo pax sincera; Rossini’s Gloria: Laudamus te; Handel’s Sweet Bird and O had I Jubal’s lyre.

**Women in Poetry and Song: The Public and Private Lives of Powerful Women in the Arts: This performance will take a look at passionate women of the song, women who created the song, and women who wrote the poetry — women compelled to remain in the private, bound by their own convictions or by social conventions, and women who ventured into the public, the largely male-dominated world of art. Meet women whose private lives protected their virtue and women in the public whose reputation was open to speculation. In no way an exhaustive list, this performance will be a tapestry of beloved songs and poems and how they connect through the centuries.


  • Arts Award, Sowins 6th Annual Women Front & Centre Awards, Penticton, BC,  2011
  • Rotary Vocational Award, Community Excellence Awards,  Summerland, BC, 2010

University of Alberta:

  • (4) annual Beryl Barns Memorial Awards
  • (2) Richard Eaton Singers Scholarship in Voice
  • The Leeder Memorial Scholarship in Voice
  • (2) Peace River Pioneer Memorial Scholarship in Music
  • The Edmonton Opera Guild Award

Royal Conservatory of Music:

  • Grade 10 Singing – Silver Medal