Stacey Romney Dahlberg was raised in a small town in Chihuahua, México where she began singing at a young age. For six years during secondary and prep school, she made a six-hour round-trip car ride every weekend to the States for vocal training. She learned early on that grit and relentless practice were the key ingredients to mastering her instrument. Stacey was awarded a vocal performance scholarship to Brigham Young University, where she studied classically for two years under the tutelage of Dr. Clayne Robison before switching her emphasis to Jazz Studies. She then studied for three years with the renowned jazz vocal artist Kelly Eisenhour. Stacey finished her bachelor of music in jazz vocal studies in 2006 and taught privately for four years before dedicating her a 10-year career to supply chain management, while still performing whenever possible. Stacey performed in numerous ensembles at BYU, including her two major solo recitals; was the featured vocalist at the Chihuahua governer’s inauguration at age 15; was an invited mariachi vocal artist at the ANTAD expo in Guadalajara, MX; and has performed and recorded in a broad range of genres including Jazz/Blues, country and bluegrass, classical and mariachi. Stacey loves teaching and comes from a long line of teachers and musicians. She and her husband reside in Pleasant Grove, UT. Aside from singing and performing, Stacey loves to play gold and eat tacos!