Originally from British Columbia, Canada, Felicity Salmon, soprano, completed her studies at the Royal Conservatory of Music and moved to Hawaii for undergraduate work in music and theater. During that time she toured as a soloist and actress with multiple performing groups traveling to China, Taiwan, Australia, Samoa, Hong Kong, and Singapore. She went on to study with William Cotten at the Boston Conservatory, completing a Master of Music in Voice Performance. Her graduate studies took her to Urbania, Italy, and the Dante Alighieri Scuola di Lingua for language study, where she studied voice with Dr. Joyce Farwell. A highlight of her study at the Boston Conservatory, Ms. Salmon premiered several new works by up and coming composers. A full time music educator since 2004, Ms. Salmon enjoys working with younger musicians in small ensemble settings, providing classroom instruction, as well as one on one work in private studios. She joined the Oriana Consort for their 2013-2015 seasons as a chorus member and soloist, traveling with them to Germany. Ms. Salmon began singing with Cantata Singers in 2013 and is currently a member of the Cantata Singers board, serving as Chorus President. She resides in Newton with her cello-playing son, dancing daughter, and documentary filmmaker husband.