With a voice the Boston Globe called “extraordinary in range, tonal quality, musicianship, and dramatic effect,“ soprano Tracey Engleman has gained a reputation for excellence in opera, recital, and concert. Ms. Engleman has performed operatic roles with the Minnesota Opera, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Skylark Opera, and performed as soloist with the Minnesota Choral Union, the Chicago Chamber Musicians, the Milwaukee Bel Canto Chorus, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Valley Chamber Chorale, the Rochester Aria Group and numerous other regional orchestras.

Ms. Engleman has also won numerous awards including the Austin Lyric Opera Young Artist Competition in Austin, Texas, the Milwaukee Bel Canto Chorus Regional Artist Competition, the Minnesota NATS Artist Award, and  was a regional finalist in the 2002-2003 Metropolitan Opera Auditions.  Ms. Engleman performed with the St. Olaf Orchestra at Alice Tulley Hall and has performed Britten’s War Requiem, Mendelssohn’s Psalm 42 and Elijah and Barber’s Prayers of Kierkegaard with the Chapel Choir and the St. Olaf Orchestra.

Ms. Engleman spent two summers as a Vocal Fellow at the prestigious Tanglewood Music Center where she coached with Phyllis Curtin, Dawn Upshaw, Martin Katz, Ken Griffiths, and Lucy Shelton and has performed the music of several of the worlds most prominent contemporary composers.  Ms. Engleman earned a B.M. degree in both vocal performance and K-12 vocal music education from St. Olaf College and M.M.  and D.M.A. degrees from the University of Minnesota.