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Stacie Dunlop

Performer, Teacher, Producer
Lives in Toronto, Canada
Roy Hart Voice Teacher since 2024

My connection to the lineage of Roy Hart and Alfred Wolfsohn began in 1993 with my first teacher Richard Armstrong. Exploration into the aspects of the voice, which Richard referred to as “The Muscle of the Soul”, outside of the classical realm was a truly liberating experience. Continued expansion guided by my mentor Edda Heeg has supported me in helping artists find their path to creative authenticity as singers and actors, and any being to Find the Truth in their Voice.

Stacie Dunlop is a multi-hyphenate artist focusing on the reimagining of performative work in a collaborative, process-driven way. A creative visionary-performer-producer-voice technician that is inspired by the worlds of contemporary classical music and opera, contemporary circus arts and contemporary theatre.

With a career of over 30-years that has concentrated on innovative voice performance, voice teaching, and production of several original works, she embraces a multiplicity of perspectives.

Stacie performs with opera companies, orchestras, and chamber musicians, has commissioned works from several Canadian composers, and is a Canadian recording artist.

Her current collaborations include The Lonely Child Project with aerialists Angola Murdoch and Holly Treddenick, and Letters, with composer Frank Horvat.

Her principal vocal training has been directed by Richard Armstrong, Edda Heeg, Ethie Friend, Saule Ryan, Carol Mendelsohn and Kevin Crawford.

Stacie speaks English and French and understands some German and Italian.