Mandy Morris is equal parts vocalist, educator and coffee. She is an artist and entrepreneur who works to connect children and their families with music. 

Music with Mandy has been the focus of Mandy’s artistic endeavours since August 2017. Best described as Fred Penner meets Ella Fitzgerald, her high energy stage presence and unique interpretation of jazz standards have won the hearts of all who have come to her shows. Music with Mandy has been nominated for two YYC Music Awards and a WCMA. She has toured throughout Western Canada with highlight performances at Fernie Culture Days, Hay Day Festival, JazzYYC, Calgary Pride and at the National Music Centre.  

Mandy love collaborating and her project, Colour Me Sad, is an award-winning group that uses tap, music and story to help young children navigate their emotions.

When she is not performing, Mandy is a teacher at Stanley Jones School and a music educator in her private studio and at the Calgary Stampede’s Young Canadians School. She teaches her students the skills they need to be confident, healthy vocalists.

Mandy is passionate about nurturing an inclusive arts community in Calgary, Alberta, where she currently resides. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of Create Kids Arts Society which presents an annual Children's Art Festival called Create. 

Spend five minutes with Mandy in this article by the Calgary Guardian!