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Stephanie Northcutt - Lyric Soprano

Stephanie Northcutt completed her Musical studies at Sam Houston State University (M.M.),and Texas Christian University(B.M.E)


Stephanie most recently sang the role of Violetta in Verdi's La Traviata at The Centrum in Houston, Texas.  She returned to The Centrum's "Promenade Series" after performing the role of Mimi in Puccini's La Boheme, Cio-Cio San in Madame Butterfly, and Micaela in Carmen in previous seasons. Stephanie has been a frequent guest artist at Duke University. Some of her performances include Countess in Le nozze di Figaro, Soprano Soloist  for Brahm's Requiem and The Four last Songs of Strauss .   Stephanie spent the summer of 2002 participating in Portland Opera's Performing Institute led by Tito Capobianco where she performed various arias and ensembles from  La Boheme and La Traviata.


Stephanie spent the summer of 2001 as a member of the Young Artist Program through the Caramoor Festival under the direction of Maestro Will Crutchfield. Through the Minnesota Opera, Stephanie was a 1999-2000 member of their Resident Artist Program. While in residence, she performed and covered roles such as The Countess, Marianne, and Semiramide.  


 In the summer of 1997, she was a member of the Opera Program at the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria and returned abroad to sing the title role in "The Merry Widow" through Operafestival di roma -Rome, Italy in June 1999. In 1998 she was a member of the singing and tap dancing company in Ameritech's "Yuletide Celebration" through the Indianapolis Symphony and a member of the Young Artist Program with the Chautauqua Opera. 


Her many awards include National Opera Association Finalist, Dallas Opera Guild Finalist, MTNA first runner-up (Nationals), NATS first place winner and MacAllister Award Regional Winner. 

Stephanie's most recent work, is the publishing of "Hushhh...don't say a word"  Lullabies and Art.  This is a book with CD.  It features artwork from the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts  - Houston, photography by Christine meeker, award winning student artwork from the Houston Area and a CD of timeless lullabies performed by Stephanie and Will Riley, guitar.  All proceeds benefit the Museum of Fine Arts-Houston's new branch, The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts - Cypress Creek.  This collection is $28.00 plus tax.  Please see below for ordering.

Our Barnes and Noble signing was a HUGE success!  We sold over 400 copies on the first day!   For info on how to order, please see below.




Mary G. Schiller (Cleveland Institute of Music, University of Akron, AIMS, Private Studio NYC: Current Teacher), Robert L. Best,jr. (Baylor University), Julianne Best (Sam Houston State University), Emma Small (Minneapolis, MN), Vincent Russo (Texas Christian University), Michele Friedman(Vienna, AUSTRIA), Elizabeth Colson (AIMS)


Roger Keele (Houston /AIMS), Janet DeChambrier (Rice University), Kathy Olson (NYC), Danielle Orlando (POPI, AVA Faculty), David Anthony Lofton (POPI, AVA Faculty),William Reber(AIMS), Will Crutchfield (Caramoor Festival), Dale Johnson and Bruce Stasnya(Minnesota Opera), Richard Gordon, Allison Voth, Carol Rausch and Miriam Charney (Chautauqua Opera)

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Contact: snlmimi1@yahoo.com