Alicia was the recipient of the Silver Tray Award and Most Promising Vocalist Scholarship (Toronto Kiwanis Music Festival); the Provincial Championship for Diploma Voice (Ontario Music Festival's Association); the Eastman School of Music Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Jury Awards; the Eastman School of Music Ornest Award; Honourable Mention in the Jesse Kneisel Lieder Competition (2015); and the Emerging Talent Award (2015) (Lotte Lenya Competition).
In addition to her solo career, Alicia is also a member of the vocal jazz trio, The Ault Sisters. Regularly featured at venues across Southern Ontario, the Ault Sisters have enjoyed airplay throughout North America including CBC Radio shows Here and Now, Tonic, and Fresh Air. In November 2017, the group will perform live for VisionTV's new television broadcast "Your All-Time Classic Hit Parade". The sisters have released two albums with Juno award-winning producer Greg Kavanagh, and are currently working on a third. Alicia can also be heard as lead singer for Grey Light on the albums From Sleep (2015) and In Bones (2016).
Alicia has been blessed that her music has taken her to explore different music and cultures. She spent two summers in Hawaii at the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, one summer in the woods of Traverse City, Michigan for the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp, and one summer enjoying downtown LA for the SongFest program at the Colburn School.
Toronto native Alicia Ault is an up-and-coming soprano with a passion for opera, musical theatre, and jazz music. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance at the Eastman School of Music in 2015, where she studied with Rita Shane and Constance Haas.
Alicia is no stranger to the stage, having performed roles such as Maria in the Sound of Music, Eponine in Les Miserables, and Joanne in RENT. She has also performed the roles of Amalia Balish in She Loves Me and Emmie in Albert Herring, both with Eastman Opera Theatre. As a soloist, Alicia has performed in concert with the Achill Choral Society in Mass In Blue by Will Todd (2015) and Missa Gaia by Paul Winter (2017). She was also the soloist in “Hear My Prayer” by Felix Mendelssohn, performed by the Eastman Repertory Singers (2012).