Tracy Cox

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Tracy Cox
Dallas, Texas
Occupation(s)Opera singer Soprano
Instrumentsvoice, piano

Tracy Cox (born October 10, 1985) is an American operatic soprano. Cox has performed lead roles and as a featured soloist at Los Angeles Opera,[1] the Colburn School,[2]Royce Hall,[3] The Filene Center at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, and the Fox Theater,[4] under the batons of such maestros as Plácido Domingo, James Conlon, and Stephen Lord.

Cox is currently a young artist in residence at the LA Opera Domingo-Thornton Young Artist Program.[5] Notable awards include 1st Prize in the Palm Springs Opera Guild Vocal Competition.[6]


Cox received a Master of Music degree in Opera Performance from UCLA in 2010 and a B.A. in Vocal Performance from UCLA in 2008. Cox was the featured Graduate Commencement speaker for the School of the Arts and Architecture at Spring Commencement 2010.


Rodney Punt of LA Opus credited her with “vocal strength and dramatic vulnerability” in her performance of the Older Woman in Jonathan Dove’s “Flight”.[7] Carrie Delmar for Opera Online described her Marcellina in “Le Nozze di Figaro” as “delightfully robust” .[8]


  1. ^ "Los Angeles Opera". LAOpera.
  2. ^ "Palm Springs Opera Buffs Past Events". opera buffs.
  3. ^ "Tracy Cox in the UCLA Daily Bruin". The Daily Bruin.
  4. ^ "Tracy Cox at Gonzaga University". Gonzaga University.
  5. ^ "Tracy Cox, at LA Opera" (PDF). LAOpera.
  6. ^ "Palm Springs Opera Guild Winners". Palm Spring Opera Guild.
  7. ^ "LA Opus Review". LAOpus.
  8. ^ "Reviews of UCLA's Nozze De Figaro". UCLA.