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Stephanie Maitland

Voice Type:

Mezzo-Soprano

Nationality:

British

Country:

United Kingdom

Languages (fluent):

English

Opera

Madame By-Ends
The Pilgrim's Progress (Vaughan Williams)
Royal Northern College of Music
2019
La Zia Principessa
Suor Angelica (Puccini)
Royal Northern College of Music
2018
Zita
Gianni Schicchi (Puccini)
Royal Northern College of Music
2018
The Sandman
Hansel and Gretel (Humperdinck)
Royal Northern College of Music
2018
Zuma
Alzira (Verdi)
Buxton International Festival
2018

Chorus

Chorus
Alzira (Verdi)
Buxton International Festival
2018
Chorus
Idomeneo (Mozart)
Buxton International Festival
2018
Chorus
The Pearl Fishers (Bizet)
Opera Bohemia
2017
Chorus
Die Fledermaus (Strauss, J)
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
2017

Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert

Stephanie Maitland - Il principe gualterio vostro padre

Alzira chorus - Buxton International Festival

Hansel and Gretel - Royal Northern College of Music

Hansel and Gretel - Royal Northern College of Music

Idomeneo chorus - Buxton International Festival

Sybil Tutton Award - Help Musicians UK (2018)

Stephanie Maitland
Contralto/Mezzo-Soprano
Stephanie Maitland, a vocal performance student studying under the tutelage of Susan Roper at the Royal Northern College of Music, has always had a passion for singing. She studied her undergraduate degree at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on a scholarship where she achieved an Honours Degree of the First Class. During her time there, she participated in a masterclass with Meribeth Bunch Dayme, received coaching from Rachel Nicholls and partook in many poignant choral engagements. She sang the role of Hermia in Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the RCS Opera Scenes and was a member of the chorus of the Conservatoire’s production of Die Fledermaus in May of 2017.
Stephanie was part of the launch of the Piccalilli Opera Company; a new budding opera company based in the Yorkshire area. She has also worked closely with the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society by putting on various concerts in the Charles Rennie Mackintosh church and the House for an Art Lover.
Over the summer of 2017, she joined Opera Bohemia on their sell-out tour around Scotland as a member of the chorus in their production of Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers. She also attended her second British Youth Opera summer workshop as well as attending the Oxenfoord International Summer School.
Having started at the Royal Northern College of Music on a scholarship, she has sang the role of Mercedes in Bizet’s Carmen in 40minutes, participated in a weekend residency with Opera North working with Nicholas Kok and Tim Albery and sang in a masterclass with Andrew Shore. She was also involved in the first recording of Cellier’s Dorothy with Richard Bonynge and Victorian Opera Northwest singing the role of Phyllis which will be released in February 2019 by NAXOS. She was also a finalist in the Frederick Cox Award and has sang in various charity concerts and opera galas throughout the year. She portrayed the Sandman in RNCM’s spring production of Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel, conducted by Anthony Kraus and directed by Stephen Medcalf. She was also involved in Clonter Opera’s Spring Opera Showcase singing a variety of repertoire and working with Michael McCaffery and Anthony Legge.
During this summer, she sang with Buxton International Festival, singing chorus in Mozart’s Idomeneo, conducted by Nicholas Kok and directed by Stephen Medcalf, and singing chorus and covering the role of Zuma in Verdi’s Alzira, conducted by Stephen Barlow and directed by Elijah Moshinsky. Future engagements include singing the roles of La Principessa in Suor Angelica and Zita in Gianni Schicchi in RNCM’s Puccini double bill this winter, directed by Robert Chevara and conducted by Martin Andre.
Stephanie is very grateful to be supported by The Sir James Caird’s Travelling Scholarship Trust, The Cross Trust, The Dewar Arts Awards and is a recipient of the Sybil Tutton Award from Help Musicians UK.

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