I am available for hire for church choirs and worship, weddings, retirement or seniors homes, and other events.

felicia-wilson-1I have been singing my whole life. Just ask my family. I play and sing wherever I can find a stage whether it’s at school, the theatre, church, or in choirs.

I take a lot of pictures and I’m definitely a cat person. I don’t talk very much but I laugh a lot. At home, you’ll often find me learning an instrument. I am self-taught on the acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, violin and the ukulele. (OK – violin is still a little rough *grin* I’m working on it.) I’d love to learn drums and maybe the mandolin… There’s too many instruments and not enough time!

Cello and Guitar

I play a variety of instruments in a range of musical styles, but my first loves are cello and classical guitar. I can sight read at a Gr. 6 level on cello and am the principal cellist and section leader in the Wilfrid Laurier Senior Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra. I have been playing classical guitar in the Wilfrid Laurier Guitar Ensemble for four years.


I LOVE to sing. I am studying for my Gr.10 Royal Conservatory vocal exam. Opera and musical theatre are my favourites. I am the soprano section leader at the Wilfrid Laurier Senior Choir and Chamber Choir. I am a vocalist for the youth worship time at Harvest Bible Chapel in London. I loved being a part of The Grand Theatre’s 2016 production of Les Miserables.

I was cast in the 2016 Fridge Door Live Theatre Company production of “All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten” by Robert Fulghum. In May 2017, I will play the part of Janine in the upcoming Fridge Door production of “Grace Mission” with shows in London, Strathroy, and Hamilton. 

I was selected for the 2016 Honour Choir from among the best vocalists in London high schools, was accepted to the Amabile Youth Choir (though I never performed with them), and have enjoyed singing at venues across London such as Museum London, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Arts Project, and Budweiser Gardens. In 2016, in my debut at the London Kiwanis Festival, I won both musical theatre classes I entered.

After high school, I am planning to study Vocal Performance in university and then — who knows where my music will take me.