About

Stephanie Paige Newman (mezzo-soprano) performs in operatic and symphonic performances across the United States. Highlights include the title roles CARMEN, HANSEL AND GRETEL, and PINOCCHIO; Amneris AIDA, Suzuki MADAMA BUTTERFLY, Romaine Patterson NOT IN MY TOWN, Elizabeth Proctor THE CRUCIBLE, Giulietta LES CONTES D’HOFFMANN, Meg LITTLE WOMEN, Mrs. Herring ALBERT HERRING, The Nurse STRAWBERRY FIELDS (MichaelTorke),
Flora LA TRAVIATA, and Hodel FIDDLER ON THE ROOF.

The Palm Beach Arts Paper praised Newman’s CRUCIBLE performance, noting that she “sang impressively, handling the music with confidence and flair.”

Awards include 3rd Place nationally in the New York Lyric Opera Competition, where Newman made her Carnegie Hall debut; the winner of the Miami-Dade artist access grant award, and winner of the Concerto Competition at New World School of the Arts. Stephanie has also placed in the semi-finals of the Florida Grand Opera/Young Patroness of the Arts competition, and the Palm Beach Opera Competition.

Recently, Newman performed with The Princeton Festival (NJ), Connecticut Lyric Opera, Klezmer Orchestra, and Quisisana Resort (ME). Other appearances include Cedar Rapids Opera, and distinguished opera programs such as the Miami Music Festival, Manchester Music Festival, International Vocal Arts Institute, Opera Academy of California, and the Manhattan School of Music Voice Institute.

A native of Miami, Florida, Newman began her musical studies at New World School of the Arts in South Florida, then earned her Bachelor of Music degree from University of Florida. She then received a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Miami.



STEPHANIE – At A Glance:

DOB: July 21

Height: 5’ 7”

Eyes: Light Brown

Hair: Brown

Favorite Musical: Carousel

First Song Performed: “Hopelessly Devoted To You” from Grease

First Opera: The Phantom Of The Opera on Broadway

Interests: Voice, Diction, Opera, Music Theory, Musical Theater, Sightsinging, Ear Training


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Updated on 2019-08-28T23:40:14-04:00, by Alain.