Lisa Rogers Lee has enjoyed a varied career as a chamber singer, oratorio soloist and recitalist. She is known for her ability to move between multiple musical styles. She appeared with opera companies in the Midwest in the roles of Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus, Pamina in The Magic Flute, Lucy in The Beggar’s Opera Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, and Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady. Much of her career has been as a singer of early music, having sung and soloed with The St. Ignatius Octet, New York City, Mon Choeur, Indianapolis, The Bach Babes, Milwaukee, The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Walla Walla Baroque, The Seattle Choral Company, The Seattle Symphony, The Northwest Chamber Chorus, The Pacific Northwest Ballet and The William Ferris Chorale.
Lisa Rogers Lee
Lisa Rogers Lee
Ms. Lee holds a Bachelor of Music from The University of Michigan and Le Diplôme Supérieur from The Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Eastern Michigan University. She recently became a Level 2 Total Vocal Freedom coach teaching Alexander Technique principles to singers. She is known as an educator and mentor of singers of all ages. She served on the faculty of The University of Notre Dame’s music preparatory program and Indiana University’s South Bend Music Academy. Ms. Lee was the soprano vocal coach and soloist with The Seattle Choral Company.
In this new season of life, she is pursuing acting as a career in addition to her singing. She graduated from The Second City in Chicago’s acting program as well as completing the improv, acting and voice over programs. Currently, she sings with The William Ferris Chorale and maintains a private studio called Voice for the Whole Singer.
Grammy Award winner Tracy Van Fleet is a mezzo-soprano and voice teacher based in the Los Angeles area. Her rich and warm mezzo soprano has earned critical acclaim singing from Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, to the Symphonieorchester Lüneburg in Germany. As a soloist, she has performed with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, the Lüneburg Symphony, Orchestra Filarmónica Boca del Río, the Pasadena Symphony, the Naples Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Bach Festival, San Diego Chamber Orchestra, Colorado Philharmonic, USC Symphony and Chorus, and others. She has appearances frequently with the Los Angeles Music Center Opera, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Pacific Symphony, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Opera Pacific, San Diego Opera and Opera Colorado.
In 2017 Tracy was the alto soloist for the multi-national production of Beethoven's 9th
Tracy Van Fleet
Symphony in Germany for the Naruto Daiku. Prior to that she was the featured mezzo soloist on a tour of Italy singing the Mozart Requiem at several UNESCO sites. In 2013 she toured Europe and the U.S. with the Los Angeles Philharmonic singing in John Adams' oratorio, The Gospel According to the Other Mary.
Tracy earned a Master and Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Southern California, where she graduated cum laude. Tracy is a Level 3 Total Vocal Freedom coach, and is in process of qualifying for certification as an Alexander Technique Teacher. Tracy serves on the board of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Los Angeles Chapter.