Stephanie is happy to announce an upcoming performance. Her solo recital "Joy Alone" will be given at 7pm on April 21st at the National Opera Center in Manhattan. Please see here for more details. The event is open to the public.
Stephanie Gilbert is an American lyric soprano currently based in Manhattan. She was recently awarded her masters degree from the Yale School of Music where she studied with Doris Yarick-Cross and coaches Douglas Dickson, Timothy Shaindlin, Marc Verzatt, and Kyle Swann. In December 2011, she was the Soprano Soloist in the Hartford Symphony Orchestra's performance of Vaughn Williams Hodie. Stephanie performed the role of Bertha in Opera Theater of Connecticut’s Barber of Seville in August 2011. With Yale Opera, she sang the role of Miriam in Hoiby's The Scarf. In that performance, she was praised for a sound that “kept getting stronger and more arresting as she sang.” Stephanie also took on the role of Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni with Yale Opera where “she was able to make Elvira into a likeable character.” She performed the roles of Countess Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro, the Cook in Le Rossignol, and the Foreign Princess in Rusalka with Yale Opera as well. At the University of Southern Maine, Stephanie sang the title role in Suor Angelica and performed in the USM Honors Recital in '07, '08, and '09. She was the 1st place winner of the Maine NATS Competition in 2007 and 2008 and the recipient of the Lillian Nordica Memorial Scholarship in 2008. No stranger to new music, she has performed works by composers Nancy Gunn, Bruce Fithian, and Paul Thomas and premiered works by Josh Newton and Nicholas Boland.