Ukraine-born Stacey Yerofeyeva is a world/soul musician residing in Toronto, Canada. She is the front woman of the ethno-electro project DoVira [Do-VEE-rah], and founder of the all-female Balkan band Blisk. As a multilingual vocalist, her voice has been featured on the award-winning show Orphan Black, and as a keyboardist she has shared the stage with the likes of Indo-Pakistani band JoSH, reggae act Kidd Rasta & the Peacemakers, opened for the legendary Shafqat Amanat Ali, Jimmy Cliff, Big Sugar, and more. Stacey holds an Associate (ARCT) diploma in classical piano from the Royal Conservatory of Music, and a Bachelor’s Degree in contemporary jazz piano from Humber College. She is the founder/president of Stereoflavour, a successful entertainment company which provides top-caliber live music for weddings & events, with a family of over 80 outstanding musicians and a 7-person management team. Stacey has over 9 recorded releases under her belt, including an original full-length r&b/soul album ‘Set The Water Straight’, and DoVira’s latest self-titled release, which was coined ‘world fusion at its best’ by Whole Note Magazine. Stacey is passionate about Toronto’s music community, its unique talent and diversity, has been a FACTOR juror, and is currently on the music advisory committee at Hugh’s Room Live.
‘Set the Water Straight’
– songwriter, vocalist, keyboardist, producer
“Dynamic, dramatic, hip, stylish and sophisticated” – Rik Emmett (“Triumph”, Canadian Music Hall of Fame)
– composer, arranger, vocalist, keyboardist, co-producer
“Timeless traditions with contemporary arrangements” – Jonathan Campbell (Aga Khan Museum, SoFar Sounds TO)
Session vocalist on Orphan Black
For bookings, contact info [at] staceyy.com