Canadian soprano Dawn Bailey is a versatile artist, moving fluidly from chamber music to opera, oratorio, and art song. Hailed as ‘passionate, fiery, and vivacious,’ Dawn is especially sought after for her imaginative interpretations of music from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. She recently made her debut singing with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra under maestro Masaaki Suzuki, and appears regularly with many of Canada’s leading early music ensembles. Dawn is quickly gaining a reputation as a sensitive and expressive singer among ensembles in Europe and the United States as well, in both opera and oratorio. In addition to her busy performing schedule on both sides of the Atlantic, Dawn can be heard on recordings with the Toronto Consort, Ensemble Caprice, the Theatre of Early Music, Ensemble Seraphina, and Vivavoce.