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New York native soprano Stefanie Izzo has been hailed as possessing a “flawless soprano” and a “gorgeously rich and full sound” for her work in opera and musical theatre. Her perfomance as Maria in West Side Story with St. Petersburg Opera was deemed "ideal in every way," and garnered her a Theatre Tampa Bay Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical.


She made her off-Broadway debut in 2012 as Monica in Menotti’s The Medium, and her international debut in 2011 as Adina in L’Elisir d’Amore with Musica Viva Hong Kong. Other recent performances include Anne Trulove in The Rake’s Progress with the String Orchestra of Brooklyn, soprano soloist in Haydn’s Mass in the Time of War with Astoria Choir, Carmina Burana with the Queens College Choral Society, and Mrs. Hayes in Susannah with St. Petersburg Opera, now available on DVD from Naxos. 

A frequent collaborator with living composers, she can also be heard on Sunny Knable's Song of the Redwood Tree, recently released on MSR Classics. She has performed leading roles in Candide, Die Zauberflöte, Così Fan Tutte, Postcard from Morocco, and the premieres of Bruce Saylor’s The Image Maker and My Kinsman, Major Molineux. In addition to operatic repertoire, Stefanie devotes a significant amount of her time to art song, particularly that of female composers, and maintains an active concert schedule in the NYC area. 

On top of performing, Stefanie works in the Education Department at the Metropolitan Opera. 


In addition to her solo work, Stefanie is a co-founder of the Queens-based chamber group The Astoria Music Project. For more info on this group, click the icon below.

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