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Proud of her roots in the Niagara Region, Soprano Jocelyn Fralick has performed with some of the most prominent choirs in Niagara including Chorus Niagara, Choralis Camerata and Chorus Hamilton. Ms. Fralick made her debut performance with the Niagara Symphony at the new First Ontario Performing Arts Centre in Niagara. In May of 2018 Ms. Fralick returned to the Performing Arts Centre as the soloist in Mozart’s Mass in C with Chorus Niagara. 

Jocelyn recently made her debut with Opera in Concert in Toronto singing the role of Florinda in Schubert's Fierrabras. Some of her past opera credits include Donna Elvira in Mozart's Don Giovanni under the direction of Stuart Baker and Leslie Dala and  il Cavaliere Armidoro in Niccolò Piccini’s La Cecchina under the direction of Marilyn Gronsdal and Leslie Dala. 

Jocelyn has been an active presence in Toronto’s choral scene performing as the soprano soloist in many works such as, Mozart’s Requiem, Rutter’s Requiem, Fauré’s Requiem, Vivaldi’s Gloria, Eriks Esenvalds’ Passion and Resurrection and Beethoven's Mass in C.

Ms. Fralick has recently participated in master classes with artists such as Matthew Polenzani, Dr. Bretton Brown, Judith Forst, Adrianne Pieczoncka, Liz Upchurch, Tim Noble, and Leon Major.  

A graduate of The Glenn Gould School's Artist Diploma program, Ms Fralick was the 2018 winner of the GGS’ concerto competition and the recipient of the Tom Thomas Music Award. Jocelyn performed Strauss’ Vier Letzte Lieder with the Royal Conservatory Orchestra under the direction of Leon Fleisher.

Jocelyn is completing a Masters in Music at the Conservatory of Amsterdam studying with Don Marrazzo. At the Conservatory, Jocelyn has recently performed the role of New Prioress in Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmélites and will sing La Contessa in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro.