Dr. Tracy Wong is a Malaysian-Canadian choral conductor, music educator, composer, vocalist, and pianist. Dr. Wong is passionate about helping choral leaders and educators to provide unique experiences for their singers and students through collaborative commissions, customized workshops, festivals, and artist residencies. She does this through focusing on the balance of performance practice considerations, vocal and acoustic explorations, and choral artistry and heart.
Currently residing in Ontario, Canada, Dr. Wong is the Assistant Professor of Choral Studies at Western University, where she conducts Chorale and Les Choristes ensembles and teaches choral conducting. Dr. Wong holds a Doctor in Musical Arts and Master in Music Performance (Choral Conducting) degrees from the University of Toronto under the tutelage of Dr. Hilary Apfelstadt. She is also a two-time recipient of the Elmer Iseler National Graduate Fellowship in Choral Conducting, and 2018-19 McMaster University Student Union Teaching Award.
As an active clinician and educator, Dr. Wong continues to conduct workshops and concerts for choirs in North America and internationally. Her choral works are available on her website, Cypress Choral Music (Canada), Graphite Publishing and Indianapolis Children’s Choir Publishing House (US), Oxford University Publishing (OUP), and Young Choral Academy (Malaysia). They have been performed by Malaysian, North American, European, and Southeast Asian choirs at international competitions and festivals.