A native of Dartmouth, NS, Tracey Stabback, OCT, B.Mus, B.Ed, is a performer, composer, and teacher who attended Mount Allison University, Neptune Theatre School, and the University of Ottawa. Along with many solo performances, Tracey has toured with the Nova Scotia Youth Choir, the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra, and the National Youth Choir of Canada. She has also sung with the Halifax Camerata Singers, the Nova Scotia Symphony Chorus, and the Opera Nova Scotia Chorus. In 2011 she performed Second lady the Halifax Summer Opera Workshop’s production of The Magic Flute. Tracey continues to perform at various concerts and functions here in Ottawa, most recently with the Capital Chamber Choir.
For over fifteen years Tracey has been conducting choirs, as well as teaching private and group music lessons to all ages, while her students are successful participants in the Kiwanis Music Festival, RCM Examinations, and throughout the community as performers in theatre, choirs, and talent shows. Several of her students have been admitted to the Vocal Program at Canterbury High School. Tracey is a vocal clinician and workshop instructor, and maintains an active home studio and tutoring centre.
As someone who enjoys both teaching and making music, Tracey continues to create new music for a variety of instruments, including voice. She has co written and produced 4 musicals for children, with a 5th due to premiere in March 2015.
Tracey has been the director of the St. Andrew’s Children’s Choir since the fall of 2012.