Song of the Redwood Tree: The Music of Sunny Knable
Tuesday, May 31st at 8pm
Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall
New York, NY
After a CD release and cancelled performance in 2020, Stefanie makes her Carnegie Hall debut singing the music of Sunny Knable in Song of the Redwood Tree, with collaborators Scott Pool (bassoon) and Natsuki Fukasawa (piano). Ticketing info to come soon.
Sound Symphony Orchestra
"Around the World"
Thursday, July 21st at 7:30pm
Westhampton Village Green (Westhampton, NY)
Wednesday, July 27th at 7pm
Comsewogue Public Library (Pt. Jefferson Station, NY)
Thursday, July 28th at 7pm
Cutchogue Village Green (Cutchogue, NY)
Stefanie joins the Sound Symphony in their annual outdoor summer concert series on the east end of Long Island. Opera, musical and standard song selections alongside orchestral pops hits. All concerts are free and open to the public. Info at www.soundsymphony.org
Westhampton Cultural Consortium
"Favorites from the Opera & Broadway Stages"
Thursday, August 25th at 7pm
Stefanie, tenor Gilad Paz, and pianist Catherine Frank return to this popular outdoor summer concert series for another performance of some beloved solos and duets from the stage. This concert is free and open to the public.
Westhampton Village Green
Westhampton Beach, NY
Free and open to the public
Musica Reginae Presents
Cow Goes to the Opera
Sunday, October 2nd at 1:30pm & 4pm
Stefanie sings multiple roles in this fully staged performance of the delightful new children's opera with music by Sunny Knable and words by Michael MacKenzie Wills. More info at: https://www.musicareginae.org
The Church in the Gardens
Forest Hills, NY
Women of Romanticism
Sunday,February 27th at 6pm
Church of the Redeemer
30-14 Crescent St.
Suggested donation $20 ($15 student/senior)
Sunday, March 6th at 4pm
575 Walton Ave.
In person tickets $15. $5 Live Stream Option
Saturday March 12th at 4pm
NY Society for Ethical Culture
2 West 64th St.
New York, NY
Advance tickets $20-25 via Eventbrite
$30 at door
Stefanie joins pianist Nelson Ojeda Valdés as a guest artist alongside pianist Christopher Bradshaw and cellist Kate Dillingham for this series celebrating Women’s History Month. This concert program features the music of Clara Wieck Schumann, Josephine Lang, Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, and Ethel Smyth.