A committment to being versatile, flexible, and reliable.
Stephanie's work spans opera, choral and solo concert singing. With a rich lyric sound, Stephanie thrives in operatic roles. Because of her full color and dramatic range, Stephanie is also quickly establishing herself as a versatile ensemble singer.
UCLA Ensemble Artist
Stephanie is an inaugural member of the UCLA/Seraphic Fire partnership. For their 2017-2018 season, Stephanie joined the GRAMMY® nominated choral ensemble twice in Miami to perform Bach's St. Matthew Passion and Arvo Pärt's Passio. In August 2018, Stephanie received a full scholarship to study and sing with Seraphic at the Professional Choral Institute at the Aspen Music Festival and School.
THE MOTHER OF US ALL
Susan B. Anthony
Stephanie sang the lead role in Opera UCLA's 2018 production of Virgil Thomson and Gertrude Stein's The Mother of Us All. She worked closedly with famed opera director Michael Hackett (Royal Opera Covent Garden, Los Angeles Opera) and conductor Andreas Mitisek (Long Beach Opera, Chicago Opera Theater).
A COMMITMENT TO NEW WORKS
Art Song in Recital
In June of 2018, Stephanie premiered a three-song cycle she commissioned for her Master's Recital. "Three Nocturnes," a work of poetry by Hannah Langsankamp, was set by Alaskan-based composer Justin Birchell. They showcase her full range and color, and also exemplify Stephanie's commitment to new American art song.