Carrie Jayne Wiebe has been seen on operatic stages across Canada in the roles of Greta Fiorentino in Weill’s Street Scene, Elettra in Mozart’s Idomeneo, Adele in Strauss’ Die Fledermaus, the Countess in Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, and Donna Elvira in Mozart’s Don Giovanni.  At the Banff Centre for the Arts from 2005-2007, she was involved in the productions of new Canadian works Frobisher and Filumena, by composer John Estacio and playwright John Murrell.  She was a finalist in the 2005 Metropolitan Opera National Council awards in Seattle, Washington and has recorded for CBC Radio and the Naxos classical label.  She recently completed a long run in the Toronto Mirvish production of The Sound of Music, followed by the workshop of a new Canadian musical, The Decameron.  Carrie also performs regularly with Toronto's jazz-folk-roots band The Earthtones and can be heard on their recent recording, Worm Songs.  Carrie was also a co-producer and performer in the two-woman concert production of Songs We Like To Sing.  She is a teacher of voice in the Conservatory division of Branksome Hall in Toronto.