The American soprano, Audrey Fernandez-Fraser, graduated from Harvard College in 2011, where she was a soprano in the University Choir and Choral Fellows. She has studied voice with Frank Kelley and Matt Anderson. With a minor in music (and a major in Human Evolutionary Biology), she also studied composition and choral conducting at the European American Musical Alliance in 2010 and 2011.
Audrey Fernandez-Fraser, founder and leader of the First Lutheran Church (FLC) Schola Cantorum, has been singing at FLC’s 8am services since shortly after her graduation. A lover of sacred, early and contemporary music, she has sung for numerous churches in the area, and has been a recent member of Boston ensembles including Canto Armonico, the Cantata Singers, and the Copley Singers. A classically-trained singer, composer, writer, and spiritual seeker, she spends her days making music, tutoring children, and exploring various religious and Humanistic philosophies and communities.