Mezzo-soprano Lexa Ferrill enjoys a wide range of performance opportunities, from opera to the concert stage. She has been seen on the stages of Opera Coeur d'Alene, Chautauqua Opera, Indianapolis Opera, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, Opera Hub, and Tanglewood Music Center.

On the concert stage, recent performances include Haydn's Mass in Time of War with Gonzaga University, Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass and Durufle's Requiem with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Messiah with both the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra and Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Bach's St. John Passion with the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra and Meridian Vocal Consort, and Mendelssohn's Elijah with the St. Olaf College Choir. Lexa performs regularly in the annual Idaho Bach Festival on the campus of University of Idaho.

Lexa is currently on the rosters of several notable vocal ensembles, including Grammy-nominated Seraphic Fire and Conspirare, as well as the Oregon Bach Festival Berwick Chorus, and Spire Chamber Ensemble. She has also worked with the Santa Fe Desert Chorale.

Operatic roles include Contessa di Ceprano (Rigoletto), Der Trommler (Der Kaiser von Atlantis), The Neighbor (Stravinsky's Mavra) Kate Pinkerton (Madama Butterfly), Betty Parris (The Crucible), Romeo (I Capuleti e i Montecchi), Meg Page (Falstaff), Dorabella (Cosí fan tutte), and the Secretary (The Consul).

Lexa balances her work on the concert stage with more intimate song recitals. She is most passionate about Lieder and works by American composers. Contemporary music also played a large role in her development, having performed both Berio's Circles and Ligeti’s Síppal, dobbal, nadihegedüval at the Tanglewood Music Center.