Stephanie is a young, London-born mezzo-soprano. In September 2017 she began her studies on the Preparatory Opera Masters at the RAM. She studies under Alex Ashworth and Jonathan Papp. In July 2016 she graduated from the University of York with a BA in Sociology with Social Psychology.
This year Stephanie made her debut as Third Noble Orphan (Der Rosenkavalier) for The Glyndebourne Festival as well as joining the chorus for Saul, Vanessa and Madama Butterfly. She was a finalist in the Kathleen Ferrier Awards 2018 and The Richard Lewis Award 2018. She is a RAM Bach Cantata/Kohn Foundation scholar, the recipient of the Simon Fletcher Charitable Trust Award 2017, a member of RAM’s prestigious Song Circle and is supported by the Josephine Baker Trust, Help Musicians UK and The Royal Academy of Music where she holds a Blue Badge Style Award. She is also the recipient of the Sarah Walker CBE Mezzo-Soprano Award and won second prize in the Isabel Jay Competition 2017.
Recent and future operatic engagements include: Julia Bertram (Mansfield Park, Dove) Opera South; Mrs Noye (Noye’s Fludde, Britten) for English Martyr’s, Leicester; Dido (Dido and Aeneas, Purcell) for Leicester Music Fest; Old Woman/Book of Fate/Mrs Northwind (The Enchanted Pig, Dove), Arnalta (L’incoronazione di Poppea, Monteverdi), Third Lady (The Magic Flute, Mozart) all for Hampstead Garden Opera; Florence Pike (Albert Herring, Britten), Lucretia (The Rape of Lucretia, Britten) both for Aspect Opera and Auntie (Peter Grimes, Britten) for The Dartington International Festival.
Full CV available upon request.