Felicia Farerre is an international recording artist who's career is far reaching, and of unusual depth. You may have heard her haunting voice during a movie, movie trailer, listening to satellite radio, or streaming music on Pandora. Her signature vocal style commands attention and has been exploited by some of the most successful major brands in the world.
In addition to her work as a vocalist, Felicia is a writer and teacher. She wrote the lyrics and verse melodies for Star Sky in collaboration with Two Steps From Hell composer, Thomas Bergersen, the title track lyrics for Vanquish (composed by Nick Phoenix), and the lyrics for Wild Heart on the latest Two Steps From Hell album, Unleashed.
In 2013, Felicia self published a vocal methodology book and training program called, Real Singers Don’t Sing; a no-nonsense approach to effectively improve the sound and performance of your voice. Since that publication, her methodology has expanded and evolved to include the psychological, emotional, and spiritual aspects of the voice. This unfolding allows Felicia to use her intuitive gifts in a process she calls, Earsight. Felicia's quest as a teacher is to bring more vocal awareness to
public speakers, actors, singers, spiritual teachers, life coaches, vocal teachers, and basically, anyone who wants to use their voice more consciously.
Felicia was awarded the honor of Best Female Vocalist by Trailer Music News in 2013, and was nominated for an HMMA award in 2016. She also had the honor of having a presence on the Billboard Charts at number one for the longest time allowed in association with her work as the lead vocalist of The Taliesin Orchestra.
In 2017, Felicia released her fifth epic, ethereal, vocal music album in partnership with Phil Rey Gibbons called, Winter’s Dream. Felicia will release a new album in 2019 that includes all of her single releases from 2018, as well as new material. You can listen to her latest music by clicking here.
“Felicia is the Voice of Mythology.”
Lee Johnson / Prix De La Musique Et La Mer Ville D’ Antibes (France) / Sandfloor Cathedral
“The masterful voice of Felicia Farerre commands devotion from our ears and our hearts. It is an irresistible voice that beckons us just like the Queen of Fairies who called to Thomas the Rhymer to leave Huntley Bank and follow her forever to the immortal land of the Elves.”
Erik MacAlpine / Celtic Grove
“Felicia is one of my favorite vocalists of all time.”
Keith Thomas / Grammy Award-winning producer