Alexandra Harvey


Alexandra Harvey is a soprano and educator based in Toronto. A versatile performer of opera, oratorio, choral works, and art song, she has connected with audiences in the US, Canada, and Europe. Most recently, she has enjoyed singing as a soloist and ensemble member with the Cantabile Chamber Singers, a choir committed to presenting works by living composers.

On the opera stage Alexandra appeared as Fiordiligi in Mozart’s Così fan tutte and in the title role of Handel’s Alcina with Penn State Opera Theatre. Notable past solo performances include Bach’s Magnificat with Penn’s Woods Festival Orchestra and “Oh, Had I Jubal’s Lyre” from Handel’s Joshua with the AIMS Festival Orchestra while studying in Graz, Austria.

Originally from Massachusetts, Alexandra sang as an ensemble member with several Boston-area opera companies including Odyssey Opera, MetroWest Opera, and Lowell House Opera. She was a member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Tanglewood Festival Chorus during 2010-2016.

Alexandra is a passionate music educator who guides students of all ages to build vocal confidence and lifelong relationships with the arts. She holds an MM in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy from The Pennsylvania State University and a BM in Music Education from the Hartt School of Music.