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E N G A G E M E N T S

upcoming performances

U T O P I A  O P E R A

Carmen

M E R C É D È S

2021 tba
New York, NY

* Postponed due to COVID-19

Stephanie returns to Utopia Opera after earning praise for 2019's Albert Herring, in which she portrayed Nancy with "an appealing sympathetic side." (Voce di Meche) Stephanie plays Mercédès in a new, comic interpretation of Carmen, directed and conducted by Will Remmers.

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F R E S H   S Q U E E Z E D   

O P E R A

New Works Vocal Lab

July 2021
New York, NY

Stephanie workshops selections from new song cycles by composers Kristen Baum and Nick Main in Fresh Squeezed Opera's Vocal Lab, with pianist Candace Chien.

W E S T C H E S T E R   

O R A T O R I O   S O C I E T Y

Mass in B Minor

A L T O   S O L O I S T

2022 tba
Cross River, NY

* Postponed due to COVID-19

Stephanie makes her debut with the Westchester Oratorio Society singing the Alto and Soprano II solos in Bach's Mass in B Minor, conducted by Benjamin Niemczyk.

F R E S H   S Q U E E Z E D   O P E R A

Self-Defined Circuits

V O I C E   6

2022 tba
New York, NY

* Postponed due to COVID-19

Stephanie creates the role of Voice 6 in the World Premiere of Self-Defined Circuits by Jillian Flexner. The production will be performed at The Flea Theater, an award-winning Off-Off-Broadway theater in Manhattan.

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Rosenkavalier trio

May 2020
Virtual

Stephanie sang the role of Octavian in a virtual performance of the Rosenkavalier trio, with Marina Harris as the Marschallin, Makeda Hampton as Sophie, and Felix Jarrar on the piano.

Women Composer Wednesdays

December 2020 - April 2021
Virtual

Stephanie published a series of art song videos with pianist John Cuk, focused on the works of female composers. The recordings were published on YouTube and Facebook, along with information about the composers' lives and works.

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Lili Boulanger, composer

Stephanie Feigenbaum, mezzo-soprano

John Cuk, piano

Cenerentola

December 2020
Virtual

Stephanie sang the role of Angelina in a virtual version of the opening scene of La Cenerentola, directed by Gwen DeLaney and music directed by Ben Malkevitch.

Opera Studio

CANTO

November 2020
Virtual

Stephanie took part in the inaugural session of Canto Vocal Programs' Opera Studio, culminating in sessions with representatives from Nashville Opera and Kentucky Opera.

Election Day Concert

APERITIVI

November 3, 2020
Virtual

Stephanie sang in the Election Day Special online performance of Aperitivi: A Cocktail Hour Cocktail Series. Along with pianist John Cuk, she performed pieces by both Boulanger sisters.