Canadian soprano, Jocelyn Fralick recently returned from two years in Amsterdam, where she completed her Masters' degree with honors from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam under the guidance of her voice teacher, Don Marrazzo, and her coach Nathalie Doucet. Ms. Fralick also holds degrees from two of North America's most renowned schools, the Glenn Gould School of Music and The University of Toronto.
During her time in Amsterdam, Jocelyn performed the role of Madame Lidoine in Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmélites (2021) and Contessa Almaviva in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro(2021). Some of her past opera credits include Donna Elvira in Mozart's Don Giovanni (2017) under the direction of Stuart Baker (British Youth Opera) and Leslie Dala (Vancouver Opera) at the Center for Opera Studies in Italy (COSI) program in Italy. While at the Glenn Gould School of Music, she performed the role of il Cavaliere Armidoro in Niccolò Piccini's La Cecchina (2019) under the stage direction of Marilyn Gronsdal and conductor, Leslie Dala.
Proud of her roots in the Niagara Region, she has performed with some of the most prominent choirs in Niagara, including Chorus Niagara and Choralis Camerata. Ms. Fralick made her debut performance with the Niagara Symphony at the new First Ontario Performing Arts Centre in 2019.
Ms. Fralick has performed in masterclasses with world class artists such as Linda Watson, Matthew Polenzani, Dr. Bretton Brown, Judith Forst, and Adrianne Pieczonka.
Having just been named one of the International Resource Centre for Performing Artists (IRCPA) singing stars, we can see Ms. Fralick performing the role of Vitellia in November of 2021, the national virtual release of the Centre for Opera Studies & Appreciation (COSA) 's production of La Clemenza di Tito.