Kelsey Fredriksen is a soprano soloist hailing from Suwanee, Georgia. A recent graduate from the University of Georgia's Vocal Performance program, she has had the opportunity to sing principle roles in several operas as well as in concert setting with the UGA Symphony Orchestra. In addition to singing with orchestras in a recital settings, she collaborates with pianists, guitarists, and small chamber groups. Her studies and explorations of the operatic repertoire have taken her abroad where she has performed as a soloist in countries including Italy, Germany, and Austria.
Popular operatic works that Kelsey has presented include "Quando m'en vo", "O mio babbino caro", "Signore, Ascolta!", and "Mi chiamano Mimi" by Giacomo Puccini. Additionally, other works requested are: "E strano...sempre libera" by Giuseppe Verdi, "The Willow Song" by Douglas Moore, "Der Hoelle Rache" and "O zittre nicht" by Mozart.
A versatile singer, Mrs. Fredriksen's repertoire includes art songs in German, Italian, French, English, and Russian. In recital settings and in fund-raising events, Kelsey Fredriksen has performed selections by composers: R. Strauss, Schumann, Schubert, Tosti, Poulenc, R. Quilter, D. Argento, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Rachmaninoff.
Mrs. Fredriksen is available for weddings, fundraisers, festivals, funerals, and more.