Alexandra Wiebe is a Canadian soprano currently pursuing her Masters in Opera Studies at the New England Conservatory. Her most recent roles include Elle (La voix humaine), Mother (Amahl and the Night Visitors), Contessa Almaviva (Le nozze di Figaro), Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), and Lady Billows (Albert Herring). This season she will debut as Giunone (La Calisto), Vera Tyrell (Sarah in the Theatre), and Rosalinde (Die Fledermaus). Alexandra will also be a Young Artist with Cedar Rapids Opera this January, performing in their production of Tosca. Alexandra graduated with honours from Northwestern University with her Bachelor of Music in Voice and Opera Performance. Last season, Alexandra took first place in the Musicians Club of Women Vocal Awards, the Nouvelles Étoiles Vocal Competition, and The American Prize in Voice, as well as placing third in the Music Grand Prix International Competition. An avid recitalist, Alexandra has been featured with The Cleveland Opera, Boston Singers’ Resource, Sewanee Summer Music Festival, the Boston Wagner Society, the Musicians Club of Women, and will appear in New England Conservatory’s Slavic Liederabend in 2024. In addition to maintaining an active performance schedule, Alexandra is passionate about voice science and serves as a data analyst to a team studying the intersection of voice use and technology at Northwestern University.