German American soprano Stephanie Lorenz has been described by Maestro Jack LiVigni of the Curtis Institute of Music as having “a one in a million voice” and is appreciated for her voice’s velvety timbre which is especially well-suited for Handel, Mozart, Bellini, and Puccini. In March, she will be singing in the ‘Songs of Ireland’ Concert Series with the Gulfshore Opera Divas in SW Florida. Stephanie will debut the role of Donna Anna from DON GIOVANNI by Mozart in Syros and Athens with the Teatro Grattacielo in April. Following this, she will debut the role of Mimì and will cover the role of Musetta from Puccini’s LA BOHÈME in Sicily with the Mediterranean Opera Festival in the summer of 2022. Stephanie recently debuted the role of Suzel in an artistic film titled THE TABLEAU OF L’AMICO FRITZ of the opera by Pietro Mascagni with the Camerata Bardi Vocal Academy in NYC. This past November she covered the role of Caterina from L’AMICO FRITZ for the Teatro Grattacielo in NYC.
Stephanie is an avid recitalist; in April she will premiere excerpts of the new opera, RUTH by the composer Dr. William Dawson, Jr. in the title role with chamber orchestra and choir. Prior to 2020, she sang the role of Sarah Good from THE CRUCIBLE by Robert Ward with the Berlin Opera Academy. Stephanie studied Opera Music Performance at Stetson University and is under the vocal guidance of her mentor Maestra Capucine Chiaudani, Italian dramatic soprano and Voice Professor at the Kalaidos University Zurich, as well as, singing in masterclasses with Jennifer Rowley, Lisette Oropesa, Angel Blue, Barbara Frittoli, James Valenti and Maestro Kamal Khan.