Traci Bair

Executive Director

Traci Bair is honored to be a part of such an impactful organization as Sing For Your Seniors. She began as a volunteer performing artist in 2017 and is thrilled to now be moving into the Executive Director role.

“I am fueled by human connection. Most often I have found this by working as a stage artist-sharing stories that unite a space for a moment in time. Music has played a huge role connecting the generations of my family, and I feel so honored to do this important work of bringing musicians to the senior community so deserving of connection.”

Traci recently completed a two-year stint Off-Broadway in New York City with the new musical This One’s For the Girls. Before that, she played Grace Farrell on the Broadway National Tour of Annie, a performance which BroadwayWorld praised as having “an air of grace, class and smarts all her own.”

Traci has achieved success with various opera companies and theaters across the United States, taking on roles like Fantine in Les Miserables, Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, Emma Carew in Jekyll and Hyde, Yvette in Clue, Winifred Banks in Mary Poppins, and Papagena in Mozart’s The Magic Flute.

She's also been a guest artist with several symphonies and even hosted the 2020 Arkansas Symphony Opus Ball. Traci's cabaret act has headlined on cruise ships and at venues across the country. Her most cherished role to date? Being a mom to her energetic toddler.